Cour du Dauphin

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This picturesque courtyard is that of a former hostelry, installed in a 17th century building of brick and half-timbering on a limestone base, remarkable for its mullioned windows and its staircase. In 1626, the wooden gallery was built, which served the rooms on the first floor, above the stables. The façade of the hostelry was restored at the end of the 19th century. It is said that Louis XIV was conceived here in 1638 by Louis XIII and Anne of Austria on their way back from a pilgrimage to Liesse where they prayed for an heir

Note that this court is not freely accessible (digicode at the entrance)…

  • Contact the Tourist Office to organise tours for groups, individuals or for information about opening times. Admission to the structure is free; there are also paying options for tours (guided or audioguided).


11 rue du Change, 02000 LAON

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