Ancien hôtel-Dieu de Laon

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This is the oldest surviving Hôtel-Dieu in northern France, dating back to the mid-17th century.

On the first floor, also known as the “salle des malades”, you’ll find the Tourist Office reception desk, with direct access to: all the information you need to discover Laon and the surrounding area; a store area; a copy of the 19th-century relief map of Laon; the starting point for guided tours.

In the basement – also known as the “salle des passants” – you’ll find the Bernard-de-Clairvaux Gothic Room, now open to visitors and available for rental (festivities, exhibitions, etc.).

These two areas are normally accessible every day during Tourist Office opening hours, except for the Gothic Room if it is rented at that time…


  • Fermeture certains jours fériés :
    • 1st of January
    • 25th of December
  • Animals accepted
  • Services :
    • Play area
    • Free car park
    • Toilets
    • Shop
  • Modes de paiement :
    • Credit card
    • Postal or bank cheques
    • Holiday vouchers
    • Cash
  • Activités :
    • Temporary exhibitions
    • Sales
  • Clientèle :
    • Young public

Localisation

Office de Tourisme du Pays de Laon, 02000 LAON

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