Built in 1805, this remarkable adobe and thatch complex is one of the finest examples of traditional architecture in the Pays Voironnais. The barn can be visited by reservation with a guide.

Frame with double girders turned up without the slightest central pillar support, this roof has been covered in thatch since its construction in 1805. peasant history from Napoleon 1st to the present day. On the occasion of the guided tours, a tasting/sale of jams made with the fruits of the farm will be offered to you.



  • Groups welcome


Additional visit:
No visit to the Barn.


  • Groups welcome

Group visits services

  • Guided group tours on request


All year, every day.
Exceptional closure on August 15th.
By appointment, as part of guided tours.


Free access. Independent visit strictly prohibited on the whole building.

30-minute express group guided tour for €60, day and time to be agreed by telephone

Complete and detailed guided group tour of a minimum of one hour for €100, day and time to be agreed by telephone.

Reduced mobility

Adapted tourism

  • Not wheelchair accessible


From Grenoble, A48 motorway towards Lyon, exit Rives. Then D520 direction Voiron, after Chirens D50 to Charavines.