Louis Pasteur's House
Located on the banks of the Cuisance River, the house contains many of Pasteur's personal souvenirs, including family portraits and a picture of Jean-Baptiste Jupille, the shepherd from the Jura who was famously saved by Pasteur's anti-rabies treatment. On the first floor are two drawings of Pasteur as a young man. In his bedroom, the pen-holder, inkpot and blotter stand on the desk; the familiar hat is also there. Instruments and apparatus can be seen in the laboratory, along with culture mediums that refer to his experiments on the theory of spontaneous generation.
Address :83 rue de Courcelles
Phone:+33 3 84 66 11 72
Price:8.50 € (-15 years old 4.50 €)
Jun-Sep: 9.45am, 10.45am, 11.45am, 2pm-6pm; rest of year: 9.45am, 10.45am, 2pm-5pm - closed mid Oct-end Mar