Childhood home of Robespierre

Robespierre (1758-1794) lived in this house from 1787 to 1789. A lawyer, a judge at the episcopal court and an avid reader of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, in 1789 he was elected as a representative of the third estate of Artois at the Estates-General and left his stamp on the Reign of Terror.

Useful information

Address:

9 rue Maximilien-Robespierre, 62000 Arras

Phone:

+33 3 21 51 26 95

Price:

2 € (-18 years old free of charge)

Opening hours

Fri-Sun 3pm-6pm - closed 1 Jan, 25 Dec

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