• Historic site and monument

Saint-Jean-Baptiste Cathedral

The cathedral was built in the 6th century, rebuilt in the 11th century and enlarged in the 15th century, the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Cathedral has in its choir magnificent Gothic stalls in walnut, all different, as well as a cloister and a crypt.

Historic site and monument Saint-Jean-Baptiste Cathedral Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne


Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne (73300)
Animals not allowed
Unguided individual tours available permanently
Guided individual tours on request
Average duration of an individual visit : 00h30

Its neoclassical porch was added on in 1771 to house the tombs of three of the first princes of the House of Savoie : Humbert aux Blanches Mains (the founder), Amédée « la Queue » and Boniface « le Roland ».

Once inside the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Cathedral, on the left you will find a wooden door, behind is the cloister.


Free access.


Animals not allowed
Languages spoken : French
Languages of documentation : French
Languages visits : German, English, French


Throughout the year : open daily from 8 AM to 8 PM.

Labels and rating

14th C
Classified at the monuments and historic sites
Town of Art & History
11th C
17th C

  • Tour free of charge
  • Car park
  • Pay car park
  • Parking


Place de la Cathédrale 73300 Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne

  • Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance

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Information update on 29/11/2022 by Montagnicimes Office de tourisme Intercommunal