LE BATEAU LAVOIR SAINT-JULIEN

  • Museum and interpretation centers
  • Folk art and traditions
  • History
  • Boat and submarine
Quai Paul Boudet 53000 Laval
The St. Julien in Laval is one of the last boat wash-houses of France. It has just been restored and will soon resume its museum work.
The Saint Julien wash-house, built in 1904, ceased its activity in 1970 and became a municipal museum in 1985. It was classified as a historic monument in 1993 and has just been restored. He returned to his place Quai Paul Boudet on October 17, 2013 for the greatest happiness of Laval.

The Boat wash-house will be open to visitors from 5 July to 31 August, from 10am to 12pm and 14pm to 18h. Closed at this time on Monday and Sunday morning.
Services
Screening room
Free site access
Educational group visits
Self-guided tours for groups
Guided tours for groups on request
Guided tours for groups
Interactive terminal
Guided for individuals on request
Self-guided tours for individuals
  • Equipment
  • Screening room

  • Services
  • Free site access

  • Educational group visits

  • Self-guided tours for groups

  • Guided tours for groups on request

  • Guided tours for groups

  • Interactive terminal

  • Guided for individuals on request

  • Self-guided tours for individuals

Accepted customers
  • Individuals
  • Groups
Location
LE BATEAU LAVOIR SAINT-JULIEN
Quai Paul Boudet 53000 Laval
Spoken languages
  • English
  • French
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