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Welcome in Jules Verne's Home... Come and visit the house where the famous writer lived for 18 years in Amiens and where he wrote most part of his work. You will discover a luxurious private mansion of the XIXth century that will make you discover...more
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just a short walk from the cathedral, you will find the house of JV. There are a large number of aretfacts belonging to the author, his publisherand his family. but i liked the many film posters and the first editions best. There is an audio...More
I highly recommend visiting Jules Verne's house. We discover the everyday world of one of the most published and best-known authors in the world. We can pinpoint the atmosphere of this great popular author.
It is the intimate atmosphere of the author, the context in...More
This is a small, quirky museum, but does present an interesting window into the life and work of the author. Prepare yourself in advance by reading the long Wikipedia article on Jules Verne, as the exhibits in themselves don’t give enough detail on, for example,...More
My son (14), daughter (11), husband (!!!) and I (?!?) spent an hour touring the house. They have a guide in English, which was exceedingly helpful and insightful.
The home is a great respite from touring battlefields and cathedrals, especially for the older kids, though...More
Jules Verne's house is lovingly turned into a museum that honors him and his work. It is filled with memorabilia and artifacts. There is a spiral staircase you takes from floor to floor, but fear not, there is an elevator for those that need it....More
Honestly, I didn't know about Jules Verne before going to Amiens though I had read "Around the world in 80 days" when I was young.
The reception staff was really nice. They gave me a file with all the information in English about all the...More
Worth a visit whether you are a fan of his books or not. Upon entry, you are given a written guide in your language. The self guided tour is very informative and covers 4 floors. A spiral staircase leads you up each level. You begin...More
This is a great way to spend a couple of hours learning about Jules Verne and about society in 19th Century French city life. The adaptation of this charming house is very well designed and packed with interesting things to see. Very welcoming staff and...More
Excellent visit.Very atmospheric rooms coveying a deep sense of history.
Was very moved emotionally at being in the famous surroundings,
Various floors of memorabilia and connected artefacts.
Dont miss the little room where the author wrote,its easy to do so as its roped off in...More