The history of the Marists and their founders is presented to you in the context of the huge social and political changes of the nineteenth century.
By exploring the museum, which is rich in documents and souvenirs, you will be imerged into the story of the Marists of yesterday and today.
By means of their work in the poor rural areas of the Bugey, through their contribution to education, and their ministry in distant Oceania, the Marists show how they participated in making accessible many of the cultures of the South Pacific.
All the current documents are in French, English and Spanish.
Visits to the museum take place on the first Saturdays of the month at 10.00 am and by appointment.
Suggested contribution: adults 3 €, children 1,50 €