1 January 2021 au 31 December 2021
In the old central school of Grenoble, where Stendhal was a student from 1796 to 1799, is located an outstanding heritage in the main staircase. A solar clock built in 1673 by the Jesuit Father Jean Bonfa.
This mirror-reflected sundial, unique in the world, is a mechanism that tells time, but also seasons, astrological signs, the moon and the sun's position... A remarkable testimony of the science of the Jesuit Fathers from the 17th century.
- Complement of reception:
- 25 persons maximum per guide
- Target clientele:
- Réservé aux groupes, Groups
Service Groupes Office de Tourisme Grenoble-Alpes Métropole
- 14 Rue République
- +33 4 76 42 96 05 | +33 4 56 52 38 35 | +33 4 76 42 96 01
All year round, every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
Prices: 125€ per tourist guide, during the week.
25 persons maximum per tourist guide.
Visits in french, english, german.
Prices: for informative purposes only. Consult the group department for more information.