The renovation of facades and restorations have made it possible to study and date them
many half-timbered houses; the oldest dating back to the 14th century. Discover the evolution of the half-timbered building of Orléans, from the Middle Ages to the 20th century, through its techniques, functionalities, colours and even its modifications related to urban planning.
As part of the National Days of Architecture. The whole program on https://journeesarchitecture.culture.gouv.fr
Limited to 30 people; Duration: 1h30
Meeting point: rue de la Charpenterie, in front of the garden entrance
Registration required: at the Office de tourisme-Orléans Val de Loire
tourism (2 place de l’Étape) or on www.tourisme-orleansmetropole.com