Discover the home of a 15th century prince
A museum on a child's scale

The Jean Sans Peur tower is one of the best kept medieval secrets in Paris! Indeed, this ancient fortification tower built in Paris in the 15th century by Duke John I of Burgundy, is now converted into a child-sized museum. The visit of the tower Jean sans Peur is the occasion toa short and instructive dive into the world of the Middle Ages. The permanent collection and temporary exhibitions very lively present the history, the architecture and the life of the society at the time of John the Fearless.

The Fearless John Tower: an ideal small museum with children

We particularly like the Tour Jean sans Peur :

  • the course-games for 4-6 years old and for 7-12 years old available at reception. They make for a very entertaining tour of the Tower, and there's also a English version
  • the little reading corner with its cushions and board games with medieval merelleon the ground floor, where children can wait for the nicest ones;
  • a snack in the small garden
  • the minimum price of the entrance ticket 6€ for adults, 4€ for 7/18 year-olds and free for children.
  • a short visit which allows very well understand life in the Middle Ages;
  • staff availability at the reception for chat with children after the visit;
  • The Fearless John Tower is open all year long from 1:30 to 6:00 pm from Wednesday to Sunday. The visit is done without prior reservation. Just go to the reception of the tower. Please note that we will be closed for a few days during the Christmas vacations: please visit www.tourjeansanspeur.com.

Practical information


Timetable:
View schedule details Open from 1:30 pm to 6 pm from Wednesday to Sunday. Closed on January 1st and December 25th

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