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Heritage Days: more than 12 million visitors!

Successful link between youth and heritage.

More than 12 million visitors took part in this year’s European Heritage Days, confirming the success of this event and the French people’s enthusiasm for their common heritage.
A priority for the Minister of Culture, youth was at the heart of the 34th edition of this long-awaited event at the start of the new school year. On 16 and 17 September, the young public was able to take advantage of the 26,000 events and openings on offer at the 17,000 sites open to visitors.
On Friday 15 September, the Minister for Culture launched these European Heritage Days 2017 from the Château de Sedan, the largest military fortress in Europe, which received nearly 2,700 visitors this weekend.

In the footsteps of Dumas

Exceptionally open on Fridays to school groups, the Ministry of Culture received 300 middle and high school students from the Ile-de-France region as part of the “Heritage Children” operation.
Throughout the weekend, more than 10,000 people were able to discover the heritage trades and know-how presented by the Groupement des entreprises de restauration de monuments historiques and by associations of voluntary youth workcamps. They were also able to try their hand at various digital workshops on heritage enhancement and preservation, under the watchful eye of students from the École du Louvre and guide lecturers. On Saturday 16 September, Françoise Nyssen welcomed visitors to the Palais-Royal in her office before accompanying the President of the Republic to the Château de Monte Cristo in Port-Marly (Yvelines), in the footsteps of Alexandre Dumas.
The next European Heritage Days will be held on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 September 2018 on the theme: European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, the art of sharing.
As a reminder, 50 countries in Europe organise European Heritage Days, bringing together 30 million visitors to 50 000 monuments every year.



Royal Monastery of Brou (CMN) (Ain): 5,500 visitors

Fortress at Bourbon-l’Archambault (Allier): 250 visitors

Centre national du costume de scène (CNCS) in Moulins (Allier): 2,500 visitors

Chapelle des Cordeliers in Valence (Drôme): 1,500 visitors

Castle in Chavaniac-Lafayette (Haute-Loire) : 600 visitors

La Chaise-Dieu in La Chaise-Dieu (Haute-Loire): 1,500 visitors

Hôtel-Dieu in Le Puy-en-Velay (Haute-Loire): 650 visitors

Fortress in Polignac (Haute-Loire): 750 visitors

Museums in Annecy (Haute-Savoie): 12,896 visitors

Grenoble Museum in Grenoble (Isère): 3,300 visitors

Cité du Design in Saint-Étienne (Loire): 1,400 visitors

The whole city of Clermont-Ferrand (Puy-de-Dôme): 3,000 visitors

Castle in Parentignat (Puy-de-Dôme): 1,000 visitors

Domaine royal de Randan in Randan (Puy-de-Dôme): 2,000 visitors

Cutlery Museum in Thiers (Puy-de-Dôme): 450 visitors

Departmental archives (exceptional opening) with a playful course for young people (6-12 years old) in Lyon (Rhône):

1,100 visitors

City Hall (exceptional opening) in Lyon (Rhône): 15,000 visitors

Le Grenier d’Abondance, DRAC Auvergne – Rhône-Alpes (exceptional opening) in Lyon (Rhône): 950 visitors

Gadagne Museums in Lyon (Rhône): 6,400 visitors

Château des Ducs in Chambéry (Savoie): 4,500 visitors


Hôtel-Dieu Museum in Beaune (Côte-d’Or): 5,500 visitors

MuséoParc Alésia with a workshop for young people making oil lamps in Alise-Sainte-Reine (Côte-d’Or):

1,150 visitors

Château de Bussy-Rabutin (CMN) in Bussy-le-Grand (Côte-d’Or): 1,100 visitors

Hôtel Chartraire de Montigny, DRAC Bourgogne – Franche-Comté (exceptional opening) in Dijon (Côte-d’Or) :

170 visitors

Palace of the Dukes and States, City Hall (exceptional opening) in Dijon (Côte-d’Or): 4,270 visitors

Hôtel de Vogüé (exceptional opening) in Dijon (Côte-d’Or): 3,220 visitors

Museum of Fine Arts in Dijon (Côte-d’Or): 480 visitors

Musée de la faïence des Beaux-Arts in Nevers (Nièvre): 670 visitors

Cluny Abbey (CMN) in Cluny (Saône-et-Loire): 3,300 visitors

Bibracte Museum in Saint-Léger-sous-Beuvray (Saône-et-Loire): 450 visitors

Castle in Ancy-le-Franc (Yonne) : 520 visitors

Prefecture of Yonne (exceptional opening) in Auxerre (Yonne): 400 visitors Basilica in Vézelay (Yonne): 10,000 visitors


Beauport Abbey with a workshop for young people to discover the secrets of time in Paimpol (Côte-d’Armor): 2,100 visitors

Château de la Roche-Jagu in Ploezal (Côtes-d’Armor): 1,300 visitors

Trézien lighthouse in Plouarzel (Finistère): 600 visitors

Grand cairn of Barnenez (CMN) in Plouezoc’h (Finistère): 650 visitors

Saint-Mathieu lighthouse in Plougonvelin (Finistère): 1,100 visitors

Garden of the Domaine de Trévarez in Saint-Goazec (Finistère): 2,500 visitors

Château de Kerjean in Saint-Vougay (Finistère): 2,630 visitors

Castle in Combourg (Ille-et-Vilaine): 1,200 visitors

City Hall (exceptional opening) in Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine): 1,320 visitors

Parliament of Brittany (exceptional opening) in Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine): 7,600 visitors

Museums of Saint-Malo, castle and Solidor tower in Saint-Malo (Ille-et-Vilaine): 2,183 visitors

Château de Vitré in Vitré (Ille-et-Vilaine): 7,000 visitors

Domaine de Kerguéhennec with an animation for young people ” Jeu des 79 carrés ” to discover the park in Bignan (Morbihan) : 1 230 visitors

Musée national de la Marine, citadel of Port-Louis in Port-Louis (Morbihan): 4,150 visitors Alignments of Carnac (CMN) (Morbihan): 4,040 visitors


Palais Jacques-Cœur (CMN) in Bourges (Cher): 2,300 visitors

Hôtel Lallemant, museum of decorative arts in Bourges (Cher): 700 visitors

Heritage House with a life-size survey around Jacques Coeur in Bourges (Cher): 250 visitors

Château de Bouges (CMN) in Bouges-le-Château (Indre): 600 visitors

George Sand’s estate in Nohant-Vic (Indre): 650 visitors

Royal castle in Amboise (Indre-et-Loire): 3,700 visitors

Château national d’Azay-le-Rideau (CMN) in Azay-le-Rideau (Indre-et-Loire): 6,400 visitors

Museum of Fine Arts in Tours (Indre-et-Loire): 2,050 visitors

Castle and gardens of Villandry in Villandry (Indre-et-Loire) : 3 000 visitors Castle of La Bussière in La Bussière (Loiret) : 300 visitors


House Bonaparte in Ajaccio (South Corsica) : 2 344 visitors

Fesch Palace with choreographed performances in Ajaccio (South Corsica): 6,381 visitors

Museum of Prehistory in Sartène (South Corsica): 400 visitors

Ancient site of Aléria in Aléria (Haute-Corse) : 1 121 visitors

Museum of Bastia in Bastia (Haute-Corse): 3 255 visitors

Museum of Corsica in Corte (Haute-Corse): 3,100 visitors


Castle in Sedan (Ardennes): 2 662 visitors

Whole town of Sedan (Ardennes): 3,400 visitors

Clairvaux Abbey in Clairvaux (Aube): 500 visitors

Whole city of Troyes (Aube): 20,000 visitors

The Villa in Dehlingen (Lower Rhine): 200 visitors

Museums of Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin): 20,950 visitors

Palais du Rhin (exceptional opening) in Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin): 1,400 visitors

National and University Library with exceptional rooftop tours in Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin): 7,700 visitors

Château du Grand Jardin in Joinville (Haute-Marne): 300 visitors

Cathedral in Châlons-en-Champagne (Marne): 690 visitors

Pays d’art et d’histoire d’Épernay (Marne): 1,000 visitors

City Hall (exceptional opening) in Reims (Marne): 800 visitors

Lunéville Castle in Lunéville (Meurthe-et-Moselle): 5,500 visitors

Hôtel de la Préfecture (exceptional opening) in Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle): 500 visitors

Museum of Fine Arts of Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle): 3,205 visitors

Verdun Memorial in Verdun (Meuse): 1,000 visitors

Moselle prefecture (exceptional opening) in Metz (Moselle): 500 visitors

Hôtel de commandement du Gouverneur militaire (exceptional opening) in Metz (Moselle): 4,000 visitors

Golden Court Museum in Metz (Moselle): 4,400 visitors

Musée de l’Image in Épinal (Vosges): 1,200 visitors

Archaeological site at Grand (Vosges): 350 visitors


Villa Cavrois (CMN) in Croix (Nord): 3,250 visitors

Sugar market in Dunkirk (North): 1,200 visitors

Port Museum in Dunkirk (North): 4,432 visitors

Château de Chantilly in Chantilly (Oise): 8,000 visitors

Château de Pierrefonds in Pierrefonds (Oise): 3,450 visitors

Museum in Boulogne-sur-Mer (Pas-de-Calais): 5,000 visitors

Notre-Dame Church in Calais (Pas-de-Calais): 4,100 visitors

Notre-Dame Cathedral in Saint-Omer (Pas-de-Calais): 3,500 visitors

Notre-Dame Cathedral (CMN) in Amiens (Somme): 2,600 visitors

Street Belfry (Somme) : 650 visitors


RATP events in Paris: 14,350 visitors

Cour de Cassation (exceptional opening) in the 1st district (Paris): 650 visitors

Banque de France (exceptional opening) in the 1st arrondissement (Paris): 14,000 visitors

Ministry of Justice, Hôtel de Bourvallais (exceptional opening) in the 1st arrondissement (Paris): 3,898 visitors Palais-Royal (exceptional opening) with digital workshops and demonstrations of know-how for the young public in the 1st arrondissement (Paris): 10,261 visitors

Sainte-Chapelle et Conciergerie (CMN) in the 1st arrondissement (Paris): 16,200 visitors

Palais Cambon, Cour des Comptes (exceptional opening) with storytelling readings for young audiences in the 1st arrondissement (Paris): 5,000 visitors

National Archives, Paris site (exceptional opening) with workshops for young people and quizzes in the 3rd arrondissement (Paris): 10,200 visitors

City Hall (exceptional opening) in the 4th arrondissement (Paris): 7,000 visitors (Sundays only)

Tours of Notre-Dame Cathedral (CMN) in the 4th arrondissement (Paris): 3,050 visitors

Ministry of Higher Education and Research (exceptional opening) in the 5th arrondissement (Paris) :

1,500 visitors

Panthéon (CMN) in the 5th arrondissement (Paris): 16,000 visitors

Ministry of National Education (exceptional opening) with special visits for young people in the 6th arrondissement (Paris): 5,000 visitors

Senate, Palais du Luxembourg (exceptional opening) in the 6th arrondissement (Paris): 22,300 visitors

Swiss Embassy (exceptional opening) in the 7th arrondissement (Paris): 1,950 visitors

National Assembly, Palais Bourbon and Hôtel de Lassay (exceptional opening) in the 7th arrondissement (Paris) :

14,000 visitors

Hôtel de Matignon, Prime Minister’s residence (exceptional opening) with an arts village in the 7th arrondissement (Paris): 8,000 visitors

Hôtel de Noirmoutier (exceptional opening) in the 7th arrondissement (Paris): 3,500 visitors

Ministry in charge of relations with Parliament, Hôtel de Clermont (exceptional opening) in the 7th arrondissement (Paris): 7,000 visitors

Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry, Hôtel de Villeroy (exceptional opening) with an educational farm in the 7th arrondissement (Paris): 6,700 visitors

Ministry of Regional Planning, Hôtel de Castries (exceptional opening) in the 7th arrondissement (Paris) :

4,000 visitors

Ministry of the Armed Forces, Hôtel de Brienne (exceptional opening) in the 7th arrondissement (Paris): 4,000 visitors Quai d’Orsay, Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (exceptional opening) in the 7th arrondissement (Paris) :

7,100 visitors

Embassy of China (opening except for


Bayeux Tapestry Museum with audio-guided tours with special commentary for juniors in Bayeux (Calvados) :

3,790 visitors

MAHB, art and history museum in Bayeux (Calvados): 723 visitors

Abbaye aux Dames in Caen (Calvados): 1,900 visitors

Abbaye aux Hommes in Caen (Calvados): 3,043 visitors

Crèvecœur Castle in Crèvecoeur-en-Auge (Calvados) : 750 visitors

Castle William the Conqueror in Falaise (Calvados): 1,000 visitors

Domaine de Pontécoulant in Pontécoulant (Calvados): 770 visitors

Abbey of Notre-Dame in Bernay (Eure): 400 visitors

Domaine d’Harcourt in Harcourt (Eure): 900 visitors

Castle of Pinterville in Pinterville (Eure): 380 visitors

Gaillon Castle in Gaillon (Eure): 1,115 visitors

Château de Bizy in Vernon (Eure) : 980 visitors

Castle in Canisy (Manche): 600 visitors

Christian Dior Museum in Granville (Manche): 1,500 visitors

Richard Anacréon Museum in Granville (Manche): 650 visitors

Mont-Saint-Michel Abbey (CMN) in Mont-Saint-Michel (Manche): 11,304 visitors

National Stud at Saint-Lô (Manche): 1,600 visitors

Manoir du Dur-Écu in Urville-Nacqueville (Manche): 500 visitors

Nacqueville Castle Park in Urville-Nacqueville (Manche): 150 visitors

Castle (CMN) in Carrouges (Orne): 720 visitors

Camp de Bierre in Merri (Orne): 600 visitors

MuséoSeine in Caudebec-en-Caux (Seine-Maritime): 600 visitors

Graville Abbey in Le Havre (Seine-Maritime): 550 visitors

Malraux Museum in Le Havre (Seine-Maritime): 3,200 visitors

Agnès Sorel Manor in Mesnil-sous-Jumièges (Seine-Maritime): 860 visitors

Montivilliers Abbey with many activities for the young public to learn about the art of calligraphy, the clothing of knights or their fighting technique in Montivilliers (Seine-Maritime): 620 visitors Fine Arts Museum in Rouen (Seine-Maritime): 1,800 visitors.


Cité internationale de la bande-dessinée et de l’image in Angoulême (Charente): 1,360 visitors

Paper Museum in Angoulême (Charente): 500 visitors

Underground church in Aubeterre-sur-Dronne (Charente): 800 visitors

Château de la Chétardie in Exideuil (Charente) : 250 visitors

Peyras Castle in Roumazières-Loubert (Charente): 250 visitors

Castle in Villebois-Lavalette (Charente) : 700 visitors

Archaeological site of the Fâ at Barzan (Charente-Maritime): 680 visitors

Castle in Crazannes (Charente-Maritime) : 565 visitors

Ferry house in Échillais (Charente-Maritime): 450 visitors

Museum of Fine Arts in La Rochelle (Charente-Maritime): 1,220 visitors

Tours de la Rochelle to La Rochelle (Charente-Maritime): 7,750 visitors

Hotel Poupet, residence of the Prefect of Charente-Maritime in La Rochelle (Charente-Maritime) : 350 visitors

Caves of Regulus in Meschers (Charente-Maritime): 1,265 visitors

Naval Medical School (exceptional opening) in Rochefort (Charente-Maritime): 1,410 visitors

Musée national de la Marine in Rochefort (Charente-Maritime): 2,100 visitors

Chassiron lighthouse at Saint-Denis-d’Oléron (Charente-Maritime): 2,010 visitors

Château de Val in Bort-les-Orgues (Corrèze): 1,000 visitors

Labenche Museum in Brive-la-Gaillarde (Corrèze): 870 visitors

Hôtel de la Préfecture (exceptional opening) in Tulle (Corrèze): 580 visitors

Cité internationale de la tapisserie with drawing, cutting and colouring workshops to discover the heritage of tapestries in Aubusson (Creuse): 1,412 visitors

Villemonteix Castle in Saint-Pardoux-les-Cards (Creuse): 650 visitors

Tumulus Museum in Bougon (Deux-Sèvres): 500 visitors

Villa Ayrault in Châtillon-sur-Thouet (Deux-Sèvres) : 720 visitors

Château du Coudray-Salbart in Échiré (Deux-Sèvres): 1,081 visitors

Bernard d’Agesci Museum in Niort (Deux-Sèvres): 1,300 visitors

Saint-Mesmin Castle in Saint-André-sur-Sèvre (Deux-Sèvres): 500 visitors

International Centre for Prehistory in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac (Dordogne): 550 visitors

Vesunna, Gallo-Roman museum in Périgueux (Dordogne): 1,200 visitors

Citadelle de Blaye in Blaye (Gironde): 6,000 visitors

Saint-Michel Basilica in Bordeaux (Gironde): 3,600 visitors

Grand Théâtre, Bordeaux National Opera (Gironde): 10,000 visitors

Pey-Berland Tower (CMN) in Bordeaux (Gironde): 800 visitors

Abbey of La Sauve-Majeure (CMN) in La Sauve (Gironde): 750 visitors

Prefecture of Haute-Vienne (exceptional opening) in Limoges (Haute-Vienne): 500 visitors

Walmath Castle in Saint-Laurent-les-Églises (Haute-Vienne): 1,500 visitors

Abbaye d’Arthous with story reading sessions proposed by the association Graine de Contes (2-6 years old) in Hastingues (Landes): 400 visitors

Museum of the lake at Sanguinet (Landes): 400 visitors

Museum of Fine Arts and Jacobins in Agen (Lot-et-Garonne): 850 visitors

Château de Duras in Duras (Lot-et-Garonne): 1,200 visitors

Château Henri IV in Nérac (Lot-et-Garonne) : 900 visitors

Bonaguil Castle in Sai


Cité de Carcassonne (CMN) in Carcassonne (Aude): 11,300 visitors

Archbishops’ Palace in Narbonne (Aude): 11,600 visitors

Saint-Papoul Abbey in Saint-Papoul (Aude): 429 visitors

Abbey and Treasure in Conques (Aveyron) : 376 visitors

Templar and hospital site at La Couvertoirade (Aveyron) : 750 visitors

Towers and ramparts (CMN) at Aigues-Mortes (Gard): 4,350 visitors

Museum of Romanity in Nîmes (Gard): 160 visitors

Pont du Gard in Vers-Pont-du-Gard (Gard): 15,000 visitors

Flaran Abbey in Valence-sur-Baïse (Gers) : 917 visitors

Canal du midi (museum) in Revel (Haute-Garonne): 450 visitors

Hôtel des Chevaliers Saint-Jean-de-Jérusalem (exceptional opening) with workshops on archaeological objects and the discovery of the profession of archaeologist by the Archaeology Department of Toulouse-Métropole in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne): 1,900 visitors

Musée des Augustins in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne): 4,754 visitors

Prefecture (exceptional opening) in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne): 2,500 visitors

Jacobins Convent in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne): 7,063 visitors

Quai des Savoirs in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne): 2,600 visitors

Pyrenean Museum in Lourdes (Hautes-Pyrénées): 2,386 visitors

City Hall (exceptional opening) in Montpellier (Hérault): 1,127 visitors

Fabre Museum in Montpellier (Hérault): 3,743 visitors

Pierresvives in Montpellier (Hérault): 1,001 visitors

Bassin de Thau in Sète (Hérault): 180 visitors

Cénevières Castle in Cénevières (Lot): 420 visitors

Champollion Museum in Figeac (Lot): 1,140 visitors

Castle of Castelnau-Bretenoux (CMN) in Prudhomat (Lot): 975 visitors

Hamlet of La Croze in La Malène (Lozère): 312 visitors

Romanesque Sculpture Centre in Cabestany (Pyrénées-Orientales): 410 visitors

Citadel in Mont-Louis (Pyrénées-Orientales): 137 visitors

Toulouse-Lautrec Museum in Albi (Tarn): 5,500 visitors

Notre-Dame de la Platé Church in Castres (Tarn): 400 visitors

Belleperche Abbey in Cordes-Tolosannes (Tarn-et-Garonne): 3,323 visitors Saint-Pierre de Moissac Abbey in Moissac (Tarn-et-Garonne): 5,500 visitors


Ramparts and Saint-Michel Gate in Guérande (Loire-Atlantique): 2,800 visitors

Castle of the Dukes of Brittany in Nantes (Loire-Atlantique): 6,000 visitors

Hôtel de la Préfecture (exceptional opening) in Nantes (Loire-Atlantique): 850 visitors

Château d’Angers (CMN) in Angers (Maine-et-Loire): 6,300 visitors

Musée des Beaux-Arts with a workshop for a young public around the exhibition “Olivier Supiot, une BD au musée” in Angers (Maine-et-Loire): 15,000 visitors

Château de la Montchevalleraie in Aviré (Maine-et-Loire): 200 visitors

Convent and church of the Trinity at Château-Gontier (Mayenne): 380 visitors

Museum and archaeology site at Jublains (Mayenne): 400 visitors

Vieux Château, museum of naive art in Laval (Mayenne): 1,500 visitors

Castle in Mayenne (Mayenne): 950 visitors

Prytanée national militaire (exceptional opening) at La Flèche (Sarthe): 1,000 visitors

Château du Lude in Le Lude (Sarthe): 900 visitors

Epau Abbey in Le Mans (Sarthe): 1,200 visitors

Carré Plantagenêt square in Le Mans (Sarthe): 1,000 visitors

Historial de la Vendée in Les Lucs-sur-Boulogne (Vendée): 3,500 visitors

Museum of the Abbey of Sainte-Croix with a treasure hunt for 8-12 year olds in Les Sables-d’Olonne (Vendée): 1,500 visitors


Villa Thuret in Antibes (Alpes-Maritimes): 1 300 visitors

Turbie Trophée d’Auguste at Beaulieu-sur-Mer (Alpes-Maritimes): 3,059 visitors

Villa Kerylos in Beaulieu-sur-Mer (Alpes-Maritimes) : 1 075 visitors

Marc Chagall Museum in Nice (Alpes-Maritimes): 2,000 visitors

Villa Arson in Nice (Alpes-Maritimes) : 1 200 visitors

Montmajour Abbey (CMN) in Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône): 3,400 visitors

Ancient Arles Museum in Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône): 3,000 visitors

City Hall in Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône): 6,000 visitors

Courthouse in Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône): 1,200 visitors

Vasarely Foundation in Aix-en-Provence (Bouches-du-Rhône): 3,400 visitors

Palais de la Bourse (exceptional opening) in Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône): 1,800 visitors

Randouillet Fort in Briançon (Hautes-Alpes): 320 visitors

Salin des Pesquiers in Hyères (Var): 2,510 visitors

Domaine du Rayol in Rayol-Canadel-sur-Mer (Var): 2,900 visitors

Departmental Archives (exceptional opening) with the rediscovery for the young public of the children’s art exhibition “Les enfants du Monde” in Avignon (Vaucluse): 800 visitors

Guadeloupe (Saturday’s figures)

House of Architecture and Heritage in Basse-Terre: 80 visitors

Geothermal power plant at Bouillante: 120 visitors

Habitation Grange Bel’Ô (exceptional opening) in Bouillante: 90 visitors

Fort Fleur d’Épee in Le Gosier: 280 visitors

Edgar Clerc Museum in Le Moule: 200 visitors

Archeological Park of Engraved Rocks with Discovery Workshops for Young Audiences in Trois-Rivières: 130 visitors

French Guiana

Museum of Guyanese Cultures with an exhibition “Asia-Guyana, History and Heritage” in Cayenne: 386 visitors Municipal Ecomuseum in Regina-Kaw: 70 visitors

Transportation Camp in Saint-Laurent du Maroni: 200 visitors

Martinique (Saturday’s figures)

Habitation Pécoul (exceptional opening) in Basse-Pointe: 504 visitors

Departmental archives (exceptional opening) in Fort-de-France: 70 visitors

Direction des Affaires culturelles and Conservation Centre (exceptional opening) in Fort-de-France: 90 visitors Fort Saint-Louis in Fort-de-

France: 886 visitors

Prefecture (exceptional opening) in Fort-de-France: 250 visitors

Habitation Clément (exceptional opening) at Le François: 706 visitors

Distillerie JM (exceptional opening) with a treasure hunt for young people to discover the secrets of the Macouba distillery: 523 visitors

Habitation Bellevue (exceptional opening) at Macouba: 474 visitors

Habitation La sucrerie (exceptional opening) in Les Anses d’Arlet: 331 visitors

Three masted schooner “Le Toumelin” in Marin: 222 visitors

Saint-Pierre, City of Art and History in Saint-Pierre: 131 visitors


Festival Wana Mitsé à Bandrélé: 495 visitors

Chirongui Commune in Chirongui: 573 visitors

Museum of Mayotte with many games for young people in Dzaoudzi: 450 visitors Reunion Island

Domaine de Manapany in Petite-Île: 804 visitors

Prefecture (exceptional opening) in Saint-Denis: 430 visitors

City of Saint-Paul with workshops for school children on the theme of the exhibition “Marronnage – Refusing slavery on Bourbon Island in the 18th century”: 807 visitors

Historical Museum of Villèle in Saint-Paul: 2,517 visitors

Saint-Pierre and its heritage in Saint-Pierre: 9,536 visitors

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