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“May this house be sublime” – the Hebrew graffiti carved into the stone of this monument, which was built c. 1100.

Rediscovered in 1976 under the courtyard of the Rouen Palais de Justice, its remains have continued to fuel debate on its original purpose: rabbinical school? private home or synagogue?

Accompanied by a tour guide, come and discover the archaeological crypt housing this unique building in France, evidence of the Jewish community in Rouen, at the heart of the historic centre, since at least the 11th century.

Saturdays at 10:30am and 2:30pm* – Guided tours are only in french. An english guidebook is available. If you need one, please notify us while booking.
Length: 1 hour
Price: €9.50 / person – Reduced price*: €8.50/person – Free for children under 6

The site is only open during specific time slots for tours, and accompanied by a guide. For more information about our conditions of access, please visit the page practical information.

*Additional visits during school holidays on Tuesday and Thursday at 2:30 pm (see the agenda on our online ticket office) .

*Please find information about our reduced prices and free entry on the page practical information.

Adult groups offer

Slots are reserved for groups every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the year.

Single price: €8.50 incl. VAT/person – 1 free guide

Limited to 18 people

Guided tours are available in all languages.

Information and booking at or by telephone at +33 2 35 52 48 02

Schools and activity centres offer

Single price: €5/young person – 1 free guide per group of 10 people – €8.50 per additional guide

Information and booking at or by telephone at +33 2 35 52 48 02