Open 1.30-3.00pm only. This tower is all that remains of a larger building. A stone staircase goes up several floors, plus 2 below ground. Simple place but of historical interest. Entry fee is only €5. Best suited to thise with time to spare in Paris...More
La Tour Jean Sans Peur
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There's not much left of the very old city, but this tower qualifies. It features a good museum on the history of the tower and Jean the Fearless, as well as exhibits of life in the Middle Ages. There is usually a temporary exhibit also...More
Remy showed us through each floor and room and told us all the stories if who and what went on in this gorgeous place. The clothing on the mannequins put together by Sally Ruddock are exquisite and very much compliment the stories by Remy.
It is not on Paris Card and it isn't always open but what a great remnant of medieval Paris! The information panels are a wonderful synthesis of the history associated with the Duke of Burgundy (whose home the tower was part of) and the events...More
Not much is left of medieval Paris but the Association which rubs this tower does really well usually a good exhibition and friendly staff
You learn a lot about life in the Middle Ages at the same time you visit this tower; right in the middle of the city with few visitors and a wonderful staircase.
Found a reference to this on a web site about medieval sites in Paris, and had to go. So glad we did! Excellent exhibits on each floor describing the structure in particular and the important slice of French history it featured in. Easy to get...More
The tower is hidden among the buildings and is not that easy to find. We haven't entered it, since it was closed at the time, but the exterior is very interesting and is worth the picture.
The tower is one of the few survivors of Paris's medieval secular architecture that has survived Baron Haussmann's grandiose scheme. Nicely restored, it invokes a time when family feuds had severe consequences. The small museum at the top is worth the climb. When I visited...More
You visit 3 things going to this place: 1/ The tower itself, its history, Jean sans Peur history (clash between France and England), how they lived in the 15th century with a few costumes and furnitures. Mostly texts. 2/ There is an exhibition on one...More