Birthplace of the Cure of Ars

Converted into a museum in 1962, objects relating to the priest of Ars are presented in display cases in the upstairs bedroom.
The Saint Curé d'Ars, also known as Saint John Vianney, died in Ars on 4 August 1859. He was canonized by Pope Pius XI on 31 May 1925.
Pope John Paul II came to pray here on the occasion of the bicentenary of the birth of Saint John Vianney in 1986.


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Open Wed., Sat. and Sun.: 2:30 PM-5 PM. Other schedules by appointment. Closed on bank holidays.