• Historic site and monument

Saint-Roch's Chapel

Built in 1634, after the great plague of 1630, which killed 136 out of the 550 inhabitants, Saint Roch's chapel houses objects of worship and statuary elements (16th and 17th century), as well as objects from Gallo-Roman tombs .

Historic site and monument Saint-Roch's Chapel Val-Cenis

About

Val-Cenis (73500)
Unguided individual tours available permanently

It now houses the Espace Culturel Saint Roch, the starting point of the "Paths of History", a route to discover the chapels of Lanslevillard, and offers a permanent exhibition on the life of the mountain people in the 17th century.

Prices

Free access.

Reception

Languages spoken : French
Languages informatives signs : French

Opening

From 13/06 to 16/09 between 4.45 pm and 6.30 pm.
Closed Saturday and Sunday.
Closed exceptionally on July 14th and August 15th.

17/09, every Saturday between 4.45 pm and 6.30 pm.

From 19/12 to 28/04 between 4 pm and 6.30 pm.
Closed Saturday and Sunday.
Closed exceptionally on January 1st, Easter Monday and December 25th.

Labels and rating

18th C

Equipments
  • Exhibition space
Activities
  • Permanent exhibition
  • Temporary exhibition

Access

Rue Saint Roch Lanslevillard 73480 Val-Cenis
Information update on 16/11/2022 by Haute Maurienne Vanoise Tourisme