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305 route de la patinoire
Le Grand-Bornand Village
74450
Le Grand-Bornand
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Guides du Patrimoine Savoie Mont Blanc
The Heritage House is a traditional Grand-Bornand chalet, built in 1830, which has been renovated and furnished to make a museum.
It is a listed museum since 2007.
People of today are able to discover the traditional way of life of the area as well as the ingenious, wooden chalet architecture, very specific to this region of Bornes-Aravis.

According to the Sardinian land registry map of 1728, we know that there was a house on this site and also who the successive owners were. The house was rebuilt in 1830, as the date carved on the main supporting beam (the « pointe d'âne ») confirms. However, older pieces of wood were also used in the construction, like the beam found recently which dates from1597.

The chalet was home to both the family and the farm animals. People lived a peasant lifestyle, based on the traditional mountain economy of agricultural, pastoral and forestry activities, more specifically cereal crops, dairy herds and woodcutting.
This chalet would have been used during the low season, from the autumn to the spring, but also occasionally during summer hay-making. Both the family and their herds used to go up to the “alpages” pastures and live during the summer in a second home higher up.

The architecture is typical of this valley ; a basic framework of wooden beams with a mainbeam on which rests a two-sided, sloping roof covered with wooden shingles or tiles (called « ancelles »). The slope of the terrain is the determining factor for the orientation of the chalet and the main entrance was always placed beside the path that led up to it.

Because the chalet is built into the slope, half of the groundfloor level is underground. This level consists of cellars and a stable for the horse. On the floor above it there is the living area for the family and then two sheds, one for the cowshed and the other to house the smaller animals. The top floor is the barn, which occupies the whole surface area of the chalet. Hay is stored here for winter fodder.

Next to the chalet there is always a little shed or granary. It is used to store grain, seed corn and all valuables belonging to the family.
From 01/06 to 30/06, every Wednesday and Thursday between 2.30 pm and 6 pm.
Closed exceptionally on bank holidays.

From 01/09 to 30/09, every Wednesday and Thursday between 2.30 pm and 6 pm.

From 23/12/2019 to 03/01/2020.
Closed Saturday and Sunday.
Closed exceptionally on bank holidays.
From 10 AM to 12 PM and from 2.30 PM to 6 PM.

From 10/02 to 06/03/2020, every Wednesday and Thursday between 2.30 pm and 6 pm.

From 06/04 to 01/05/2020, every Wednesday and Thursday between 2.30 pm and 6 pm.
Closed exceptionally on bank holidays.

From 01/07 to 31/08/2020 between 10 am and 6 pm.
Closed Saturday and Sunday.
Closed exceptionally on bank holidays.
Description
  • Theme of museums :
    • Local tradition
Facilities and services
  • Parking :
    • Car park
    • Parking
    • Coach parking
  • SITRA services :
    • 5 yrs old min
To note
  • Type of SITRA offer :
    • Indoor
    • Bad weather alternative
  • Accessibility criteria for people with reduced mobility :
    • Not accessible in a wheelchair
Localisation
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Maison du Patrimoine
305 route de la patinoire
Le Grand-Bornand Village
74450
Le Grand-Bornand
GPS coordinates
Latitude : 45.941481
Longitude : 6.431379
Tarifs
Full price: 3 €
Reduced price: 2.70 € (Pass Loisirs Aravis)
Child: 2.70 €
Student: 2.70 € (18-25 years old)
Disabled: 2.70 €.

Free entry for children < 6 years.

Reduced rates upon presentation of receipts.
Famille Plus label: 3rd child free (from 6 to 12 years old).
No booking for individuals.
For groups booking required.
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Wednesday 29 January 2020

20:00 to 22:00

Special evening at the Heritage House "like in the past" about differents themes (traditions, local products...). You're welcome from 7.45 PM.
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From Tuesday 11 February to Tuesday 03 March 2020

Tuesday

10:15 to 11:45

Discover Le Grand-Bornand village by foot with a local guide and taste local products at the local Heritage House.
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From Monday 23 December 2019 to Friday 03 January 2020

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

16:00 to 17:00

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From Monday 06 to Thursday 30 April 2020

Tuesday

at 10:15

Guided walking tour of the village: discover Le Grand-Bornand village with Savoie Mont-Blanc Heritage Guides.
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The original cemetery was situated for a long time immediately around the church. In the mid-XX century, it had to be relocated so that a new village square could be built in front of the Tourist Office, the Town Hall and the church.
The cross at Le Clos du Pin is unusual for two reasons : firstly, this stone cross is the oldest of all the Le Grand Bornand crosses (dating from 1500) and secondly, and for the same reason, it has been classified since 1944 as a heritage monument.
The Town Hall is a stone building, typical of early XX century architecture. It houses all the municipal services and the meeting room for the village council.
The weekly market at the Grenette, the old grain market of Le Grand Bornand, characterizes the heart of the old town square. All sorts of concerts and events also take place here, such as concerts given by the local brass band and many local celebrations.
The inscribed border stone, at the foot of the dale of Tardevant, marks the limit between the villages of Le Grand Bornand and La Clusaz. This stone is about 1m. long and is dated 1755.
The chapel of la Duche is the oldest of Grand Bornand. Based in the end of the XVIIth century,it is reconstructed at the end of the XIXth century. Itis dedicated in particular to several agrarian saints: saint Anne, saint Grat and saint Guérin.
Founded in 1677, the chapel is nestled in the heart of the old village of Le Chinaillon. Despite major renovation work to the building in 1977, it has retained its traditional appearance.
Located in the heart of the hamlet of Les Plans, the chapel of the same name was founded in 1702 after the flooding of the Borne river. From the chapel there is a wonderful view over the Aravis mountain chain.
Standing above the village of Le Grand Bornand, with panoramic views over the Aravis chain, the chapel of Le Nant Robert is well worth seeing. It was founded in 1762 and renovated on several occasions during the course of the XX century.
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Small handicrafts allowing children to test their dexterity and learn traditional techniques.
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From Monday 23 December 2019 to Friday 03 January 2020

Thursday

16:30 to 17:30

Discover the daily life in the 19th century in a mountain village, under the lights of lanterns that create a unique atmosphere.
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During your walks and leisurely strolls, use your mobile phone for an interactive way to discover Le Grand-Bornand's rich heritage.
Le Grand-Bornand Village
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From 01 to 30 June (every year)

Wednesday, Thursday

14:30 to 18:00

Skittles at the Heritage house.
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From Monday 23 December 2019 to Friday 03 January 2020

Every day except Saturday, Sunday

10 AM - Noon / 2 PM-6 PM

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