Built during the Renaissance, the building has mullioned windows topped with ogee lintels, a wooden gallery replaced during the 2013 renovation-extension and a beautiful stone spiral staircase inside. Built along the ramparts surrounding the city, it was probably owned by Vespasien Gribaldi—a friend of Francis de Sales and archbishop of Vienna, France; hence the name.. It was possibly an annexe of his nearby manor, located at the angle of the street above.
From 13/04 to 03/11/2019 between 2 PM and 6 PM.
- In centre of town
- Town location
- Close to a public transportation
Adult: 2.50 to 3.50 €
Child: 2.50 €.
Free entry for children < 16 years.
- Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance
- Temporary exhibition
- Guided individual tours
- Unguided group tours
- Guided group tours
- Unguided individual tours