Val-Cenis - Lanslevillard

The Espace Culturel Saint-Roch presents objects from Gallo-Roman tombs as well as religious elements from the 16th and 17th centuries discovered in Lanslevillard. A permanent exhibition is devoted to the mountain communities of the 16th century


Built in 1634, after the great plague of 1630, which killed 136 out of the 550 inhabitants, Saint Roch's chapel houses objects of worship and statuary elements (16th and 17th century), as well as objects from Gallo-Roman tombs .
It is also the starting point of the "Chemins de l'Histoire", a discovery route of the ten chapels around Lanslevillard, which tell the story of the mountain communities of the village and Haute Maurienne Vanoise.
Exhibition on rock art in Haute Maurienne Vanoise.

Période d'ouverture

From 26/12/2023 to 19/04/2024 between 4 pm and 6.30 pm.
Closed Saturday and Sunday.
Closed exceptionally on January 1st and Easter Monday.


Free access.

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Informations pratiques

Rue Saint-Roch
73480 Val-Cenis
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