Bronze nails decorated with keys, symbols of the city of Tullins, dot the streets and guide you to discover the old town, its medieval houses, its vestiges of the Renaissance ...

Many buildings and a remarkable heritage remain from its troubled past. At the bend of each street, a surprise awaits you, among others: the Church of Saint Laurent des Près (listed as a Historic Monument) mentioned in 1091, the Couvent des Minimes (XNUMXth century) founded by the bishop of Grenoble, the feudal castle where nine families of lords succeeded one another, the Clos des Chartreux (XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries) where the current Town Hall is located, one of the most beautiful town halls in Isère, not to mention the many doors, portals and houses of the Renaissance.

Departure: Place Jean-Jaurès (free visit, map available free of charge from the Town Hall). Duration of the visit: approximately 1h30 with explanatory panels on the site.

Further information : You can use your smartphone to scan the QR code on the plates and watch a video relating to the place.

Tips and Suggestions: 
Free visit with explanatory panels on the site. Map available free of charge at the Town Hall. Departure: place Jean-Jaurès, duration of the visit: approximately 1h30



  • Daily duration: 90 minute(s)


  • Groups welcome


All year.


Free access.



  • Parking

Activities on site

  • Pedestrian sports
  • Theme course / trail

Home of animals

  • Animals accepted: Yes
  • Animals accepted without supplement


SNCF train station. Bus line 5200 stop La Bascule and Ecole Camille Desmoulins