Although the fancy tombs of the dukes of Burgundy are in what is now the Musée des Beaux-Arts, their bodies are actually buried in this charterhouse at the western edge of Dijon. Now a psychiatric hospital, it’s still possible to visit: The main sights are the church portal and magnificent Well of Moses, which features six prophets from the Old Testament; both were the work of influential Dutch sculptor Claus Sluter. Guided tours are available via the tourist office.
Chartreuse de Champmol
1 bd. Chanoine-Kir
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours Daily 9:30am–12:30pm and 2–6pm (Apr–Oct until 4:30pm) Transportation Bus 3 direction Fontaine d’Ouche; stop at CH La Chartreuse Phone 08-92-70-05-58 Prices Admission 3.50€; free for children under 18
Map1 bd. Chanoine-Kir Dijon
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