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Tour Jeanne d'Arc

Rue Bouvreuil, 76000, Rouen, France
+33 2 35 98 16 21
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Small Group Day Trip to Rouen from Paris
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Rue Bouvreuil, 76000, Rouen, France
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Reviewed 4 days ago

My wife and I were walking down to Rouen city centre from our hotel near the railway station when we saw this large tower standing in a nearby side street. Upon walking down to view it closer we discovered that a chateau now demolished had...More

Thank Roger-from-Sussex
Reviewed 17 August 2017

Smack dab in the middle of a neighborhood on the outskirts of old town Rouen, this was where clergy and the English imprisoned Joan of Arc during her trial.

Thank BorregoSailor
Reviewed 20 July 2017

Tour Jeanne d'Arc is the remaining remnant of the Rouen Castle built in 1204 by Philippe Auguste. Formerly known as the castle's donjon or "Grosse Tour", this tower is part of Philip's 1204 phase. This large cylindrical tower contains three superimposed rooms and an attic...More

Thank R K
Reviewed 9 July 2017

This is a sad, brief chapter in the atrocity of Joan of Arc -- where she was imprisoned before being burnt at the stake by the Church. (It IS amazing that it still stands, since many old structures were quarried for the pre-cut stone for...More

Thank Norm G
Reviewed 24 June 2017

Info sent to us by Tourist Office etc. had opening times which were different on our arrival. It has probably been superceded by the Historial in the Bishops palace.

Thank anonofbiggs
Reviewed 15 June 2017

Unfortunately I came here once it closed (at around 9am on Saturday). The building is quite normal to me. Nothing is special much (except the name is what I heard in a movie - maybe). Just pass by is okay, no need to stay for...More

Thank tanhi810
Reviewed 3 June 2017

Imagined that this would be a museum type experience but in fact it is now an escape room type experience. Therefore nothing to see but the outside and no historical information provided.

Thank Cathreb
Reviewed 30 May 2017

Remaining part of a once magnicent chateau where Joan of Arc was held captive before her trial and execution. Not greatly exciting other than for its historical connections and to to see the great height from which she jumped in an attempt to escape.

Thank Geoff L
Reviewed 15 May 2017

The tower of Joan of Arc is located uphill when walking from the central market square. Close to the train station, the tower cannot be missed. A panel in English and French explains the background stories about its construction.

Thank JohnPaul2010
Reviewed 26 April 2017

interesting to visit...not much there...but it only takes a few minutes...so go for it. the adjoining castle is long gone.

Thank Bill P
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Response from Jane C | Reviewed this property |
According to their website: Hours: Saturday 2pm–12am Sunday 2–8:30pm Monday Closed Tuesday Closed Wednesday 2–8:30pm Thursday 4:30–11pm Friday 4:30–11pm I think some must be labelled backwards
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