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kim672
2017-05-30
As the city of Orleans is famous for Jeanne d'Arc, we thought it’d be a good idea to visit this museum. Unfortunately, we were a little disappointed as we couldn’t really see the place. We were told the room and the upper part of the museum were already booked, so all we got to see was a movie on the history of Jeanne d'Arc. The movie was interesting but if you don’t have prior knowledge about her, you might not understand everything. Maybe we just went there on the wrong day, but I don’t think this museum is something you should go out of your way to visit.

Albywon
2017-05-14
Restored in 1965. Magnificent exterior 6€ entry allows four different admissions, including the fine arts museum which is normally 6€ on its own. Original house (hotel) was destroyed in WWII and was recreated in the 1960's (see plaque photo). Well worth the visit. 1827

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TheSnite
2017-04-12
As said, not a museum, but a movie, which is kind of confusing unless you already have some background knowledge. But helpful for those with no history knowledge of Jeanne d'Arc. What saves the experience is the included ticket to the nearby museum, which is worthwhile.

macroKenley
2017-01-21
One display cabinet houses two rusty swords and a cannonball; apart from these, I don’t think this so-called “museum” houses any historical objects at all. All of the displays are large models of historical scenes in large glass cases (see photos), or pictures, accompanied by lengthy explanations in tortuous French. So, if you want to see what a modern model-maker thinks a 15th-century castle under attack looked like, it’s OK. And if you want to learn something of Joan of Arc’s history, you may succeed so long as you have excellent French – there is no accommodation for English (save for one photocopied handout, which is only available if some other visitor has not got it before you) or other languages. The whole establishment is housed in a 1961-building that is meant to be like the place Joan lived in, but actually it looks more like a 1961-town house with leaded windows and beams – it has not a shred of authenticity, no chance that it is a "reproduction" of the original house. Mercifully, there is no museum shop, instead the unsmiling ticket seller maintains vigil over a display of replicas that should be for sale but aren’t because they ran out of stock ages ago. Perfect for French 10-year olds who love looking at large models, dreadful for anyone else.

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