Teachers / Professors

free visit

Discover the Hill of Notre-Dame du Haut and walk about the different sites with your pupils.

Visiting time advised : from 45’ to 1h30 for all the sites

Educational resources are available for teachers on demand.

CREATE YOUR OWN PROGRAM

Guided « discovery » tour

Go on what Le Corbusier used to call “an architecture walk” with a specialist of the Hill to discover or rediscover the place.

On the programme : buildings by Le Corbusier, Jean Prouvé and Renzo Piano

1h30 tour- for cycle 3 pupils

Guided tour dedicated to a specific theme

The Petit Corbu tour

Go picture hunting to discover the Chapel of Notre-Dame-du-Haut in a playful way.

Interactive tour adapted to the younger visitors.

30-45 minutes tour- for cycle 1 & 2 pupils

Guided tour dedicated to a specific theme

“Arts coming together: Le Corbusier in Ronchamp”

Did you know that Le Corbusier, known worldwide for his buildings, was also a painter, a sculptor and a man of letters?

His work in Ronchamp is a perfect example of his many talents.

Walk about this iconic place with a specialist and recognize the artistic inspirations hidden there.

Finally, a musical moment in the Chapel completes the synthesis of different forms of art.

1h30 tour- for cycle 4 pupils & older

Guided tour dedicated to a specific theme

"The key is the light"

The Chapel is suffused with a soft and deeply moving light which raises feelings towards the Sacred.

Le Corbusier used subdued lighting, colours and drawings with symbolical meanings on the window panes.

These are the secrets of Le Corbusier’s ways of creating, and you will no longer miss them after an amazing “architecture walk” about the place.

1h30 tour- for cycle 4 pupils & older

Workshops

Window panes workshop

In the Chapel, Le Corbusier created subdued lighting, he used lighting effects, colours and drawings with symbolical meanings on the window panes. By playing with transparency, colours and drawings, the pupils create their own window panes after having discovered Notre-Dame-du-Haut.

2h activity : 45 minutes to discover the site, 1h15 art class in the workshop room. For cycles 2 & 3 pupils

Workshops

Collage workshop

Collage is a genuine art technique which was adopted by Le Corbusier, Matisse and many other 20th century artists.

By playing on colours, patterns, texture and shapes, the pupils make their own collage after having discovered the Chapel of Notre-Dame-du-Haut.

2h activity : 45 minutes to discover the site, 1h15 art class in the workshop room. For cycles 2 & 3 pupils and secondary school pupils.

Whorkshop

Illustration workshop

The four little pigs want to build a concrete house!

Inspired by the Chapel by Le Corbusier, the pupils give free rein to their imagination to complete the last picture of the story and create the pigs’ modern house.

2h activity : 30 minutes to discover the site, 15 minutes to tell the story, 1h15 art class in the workshop room. For cycles 1 & 2 pupils.

 

Workshop

Architecture workshop

Like real architects, the pupils build a model shelter based on the Modulor with salvaged materials.

It is a good opportunity to remember the shapes they have seen during the visit and to think about Le Corbusier’s building methods as well as about sustainable development.

2h activity : 45 minutes to discover the site, 1h15 art class in the workshop room. For cyle 3 pupils, secondary school/ high school pupils.

Activity

Concrete activity

Rather badly looked upon, reinforced concrete enabled building and design progress. The Hill of Notre-Dame-du- Haut is a brilliant example! Watch the different shades of concrete on the Hill of Notre-Dame-du-Haut and be inspired to create your own temporary sculpture on the spot. Concrete blocks and salvaged materials are available to get varied textures, colours and shapes.

2h activity. For years 8, 9 and over.

Activity

Investigation on the hill

The miniature museum attendant of the hill is shattered by the news: objects have disappeared during the night, taken away by a robber.

Will you manage to find where the robber has hidden the treasure before he comes to get it back?

A real adventure tour with the pleasure of being together and of discovering the cultural heritage.

2h activity. For cycle 3 pupils and secondary school pupils.

Pratical information

Open every day except on Monday and on the 1st of January

Till the 11th of October: from 10:00 a.m to 6:00 p.m

From the 12th of October: from 10:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m

Last entrance: 30 minutes before closing time

School group rates :

Free visit : 2,50€/ pupil

Admission ticket + 1 activity* : 4€/ pupil

Admission ticket + 2 activities : 7€/ pupil

Free entrance for accompanying adult: according to the legal rate of supervising adults

Booking charge: 5€/ file

Droit de parole : 55€/ file

* you can choose among guided tours, workshops or investigation.

Booking rates, sweet snack, cold lunch

PLEASE CONTACT THE BOOKING OFFICE

 

SERVICES

For a sheltered picnic or a break, book the Pilgrim’s Shelter, one of the two houses built by Le Corbusier below the Chapel, or a room in La Porterie by Renzo Piano.

The place will be attributed according to the number of people, availabilities and the requested services.

Capacity: 45 to 60 persons maximum according to the place.

Before or after your activity, enjoy a snack with your pupils!

Included: orange juice, biscuits and spongy cakes

You can also order cold meals to our caterer.

TO PLAN YOUR VISIT

CORDEBARD1

CÉCILE CORDEBARD

Commercial service manager

Phone : +33(0)3.84.20.65.13

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