Musée Stendhal

Inaugurated in 2012, the Musée Stendhal is a network of exhibits in the Gagnon flat, the flat where Stendhal was born, a historical itinerary in Grenoble's old town centre and the Stendhal collections in the Study and Heritage Library.

 

 

20 Grande Rue
38000 GRENOBLE

04 76 86 52 08
www.bm-grenoble.fr/596-stendhal.htm

Stendhal museum

CultureG-PASS Chrono 24HG-PASS Montagne 72H

Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the flat of Dr Gagnon, Stendhal's grandfather, a true family home where the heart and mind of the future writer were awakened. A space dedicated to the childhood of one of the greatest French writers of the 19th century, bringing together his main works.

You don't need a G-PASS to visit the Musée Stendhal, which is free to all (except for temporary exhibitions)

Opening hours

  • Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 2pm to 6pm.
  • 1st Sunday of each month from 2pm to 6pm. 
  • Closed on Easter weekends and public holidays.

Public price
Prix public (G-PASS Chrono 24h) : Free
Prix public (G-PASS Montagne 72h) : Free
Price with the G-PASS
Prix public : Free
Prix public : Free

Access conditions

  • Public transport
    Tramway A or B, Hubert Dubedout - Maison du Tourisme station

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