More than 12 million visitors took part in the European Heritage Days this year, confirming the success of this event and the enthusiasm of the French for their common heritage.

The priority of the Minister of Culture, youth was at the heart of the 34th edition of this long-awaited event. On September 16 and 17, the young audience was able to enjoy the 26,000 animations and openings offered in the 17,000 sites open to visitors.

On Friday 15 September, the Minister of Culture launched the 2017 European Heritage Days from Sedan Castle, the largest military fortress in Europe, which received nearly 2,700 visitors this weekend.

Exceptionally open on Fridays to school groups, the Ministry of Culture received 300 secondary school students from Paris as part of the «Les Enfants du Patrimoine» operation.

Over the weekend, more than 10,000 people were able to discover the trades and heritage know-how presented by the Groupement des entreprises de restauration de monuments historiques and associations of young volunteers. They were also able to try out, under the watchful eye of the students of the Ecole du Louvre and of the Guides-conférenciers, various digital workshops to enhance and safeguard heritage.

Françoise Nyssen welcomed visitors to the Palais-Royal on Saturday, September 16, before accompanying the President of the Republic to the Château de Monte-Cristo in Port-Marly (Yvelines), in the footsteps of Alexandre Dumas.
The Minister of Culture would like to warmly thank all the public and private owners of historic monuments, the National Monuments Centre, the network of Cities and Countries of Art and History, the Heritage Foundation, the Old French Houses and the Historic House.

Under the patronage of the Council of Europe and the European Commission, this edition was also supported by: Lidl, Crédit Agricole, Fondation d'Entreprise Michelin, Radio France, France Télévisions, Art&Décoration, RATP, Huffington Post, Toute l'histoire, Phenix Digital, Public transport day, Mairie de Paris, Agence nationale pour les chèques-vacances.

The next European Heritage Days will be held on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 September 2018 on the theme: European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, the art of sharing.

For the record, in Europe, 50 countries organize the European Heritage Days, which gather 30 million visitors each year in 50,000 monuments.


Royal Monastery of Brou (CMN) (Ain): 5,500 visitors
Fortress in Bourbon-l'Archambault (Allier): 250 visitors
Centre national du costume de scène (CNCS) in Moulins (Allier): 2,500 visitors
Chapel of the Cordeliers in Valence (Drôme): 1,500 visitors
Château in Chavaniac-Lafayette (Haute-Loire): 600 visitors
La Chaise-Dieu à La Chaise-Dieu (Haute-Loire): 1,500 visitors
Hôtel-Dieu au Puy-en-Velay (Haute-Loire): 650 visitors
Fortress in Polignac (Haute-Loire): 750 visitors
The museums of Annecy (Haute-Savoie): 12,896 visitors
Grenoble Museum in Grenoble (Isère): 3,300 visitors
Cité du Design in Saint-Étienne (Loire): 1,400 visitors
Clermont-Ferrand (Puy-de-Dôme): 3,000 visitors
Château in Parentignat (Puy-de-Dôme): 1000 visitors
Randan Royal Estate in Randan (Puy-de-Dôme): 2000 visitors
Cutlery Museum in Thiers (Puy-de-Dôme): 450 visitors
Departmental Archives (exceptional opening) with a fun young audience (6-12 years) in Lyon (Rhône):
1,100 visitors
City Hall (exceptional opening) in Lyon (Rhône): 15,000 visitors
Le Grenier d'Abondance, DRAC Auvergne - Rhône-Alpes (exceptional opening) in Lyon (Rhône): 950 visitors
Gadagne Museums in Lyon (Rhône): 6,400 visitors
Château des Ducs in Chambéry (Savoie): 4,500 visitors

Hôtel-Dieu Museum in Beaune (Côte-d'Or): 5,500 visitors
MuséoParc Alésia with a young audience workshop for making oil lamps in Alise-Sainte-Reine (Côte-d'Or):
1,150 visitors
Bussy-Rabutin Castle (CMN) in Bussy-le-Grand (Côte-d'Or): 1,100 visitors
Hotel Chartraire de Montigny, DRAC Burgundy – Franche-Comté (exceptional opening) in Dijon (Côte-d'Or):
170 visitors
Palais des Ducs et des États, Town hall (exceptional opening) in Dijon (Côte-d'Or): 4,270 visitors
Vogüé Hotel (exceptional opening) in Dijon (Côte-d'Or): 3,220 visitors
Museum of Fine Arts in Dijon (Côte-d'Or): 480 visitors
Museum of Fine Arts in Nevers (Nièvre): 670 visitors
Cluny Abbey (CMN) in Cluny (Saône-et-Loire): 3,300 visitors
Bibracte Museum in Saint-Léger-sous-Beuvray (Saône-et-Loire): 450 visitors
Castle in Ancy-le-Franc (Yonne): 520 visitors
Yonne prefecture (exceptional opening) in Auxerre (Yonne): 400 visitors
Basilica in Vézelay (Yonne): 10,000 visitors

Beauport Abbey with a young public workshop to discover the secrets of time in Paimpol (Côte-d'Armor): 2,100 visitors
Château de la Roche-Jagu in Ploezal (Côtes-d'Armor): 1,300 visitors
Trézien lighthouse in Plouarzel (Finistère): 600 visitors
Barnenez Cairn (CMN) in Plouezoc'h (Finistère): 650 visitors
Saint-Mathieu lighthouse in Plougonvelin (Finistère): 1,100 visitors
Jardin du domaine de Trévarez in Saint-Goazec (Finistère): 2,500 visitors
Château de Kerjean in Saint-Vougay (Finistère): 2,630 visitors
Château in Combourg (Ille-et-Vilaine): 1,200 visitors Town hall (exceptional opening) in Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine): 1,320 visitors
Parliament of Brittany (exceptional opening) in Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine): 7,600 visitors
Saint-Malo Museums, Solidor Castle and Tower in Saint-Malo (Ille-et-Vilaine): 2,183 visitors
Château de Vitré in Vitré (Ille-et-Vilaine): 7,000 visitors
Kerguéhennec Estate with a young audience «Jeu des 79 squares» to discover the park in Bignan (Morbihan): 1,230 visitors
National Marine Museum, Port-Louis Citadel in Port-Louis (Morbihan): 4,150 visitors
Carnac Lineups (CMN) (Morbihan): 040 visitors

Jacques-Coeur Palace (CMN) in Bourges (Cher): 2,300 visitors
Lallemant Hotel, Museum of Decorative Arts in Bourges (Cher): 700 visitors
Heritage house with a life-size survey around Jacques Coeur in Bourges (Cher): 250 visitors
Château de Bouges (CMN) in Bouges-le-Château (Indre): 600 visitors
George Sand Estate in Nohant-Vic (Indre): 650 visitors
Royal Castle in Amboise (Indre-et-Loire): 3,700 visitors
Azay-le-Rideau National Castle (CMN) in Azay-le-Rideau (Indre-et-Loire): 6,400 visitors
Museum of Fine Arts in Tours (Indre-et-Loire): 2,050 visitors
Villandry castle and gardens in Villandry (Indre-et-Loire): 3,000 visitors
La Bussière Castle in La Bussière (Loiret): 300 visitors

Bonaparte House in Ajaccio (South Corsica): 2,344 visitors
Palais Fesch with choreographed performances in Ajaccio (South Corsica): 6,381 visitors
Museum of Prehistory in Sartène (South Corsica): 400 visitors
Ancient site of Aleria in Aleria (Upper Corsica): 1,121 visitors
Bastia Museum in Bastia (Upper Corsica): 3,255 visitors
Museum of Corsica in Corte (Haute-Corse): 3,100 visitors

Castle in Sedan (Ardennes): 2,662 visitors
Whole city of Sedan (Ardennes): 3,400 visitors
Clairvaux Abbey in Clairvaux (Aube): 500 visitors
Entire city of Troyes (Aube): 20,000 visitors
The Villa in Dehlingen (Bas-Rhin): 200 visitors
Museums of Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin): 20,950 visitors
Rhine Palace (exceptional opening) in Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin): 1,400 visitors
National and university library with exceptional rooftop visits in Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin): 7,700 visitors
Château du Grand Jardin in Joinville (Haute-Marne): 300 visitors
Cathedral in Châlons-en-Champagne (Marne): 690 visitors
Épernay (Marne) Country of Art and History: 1000 visitors
City Hall (exceptional opening) in Reims (Marne): 800 visitors
Lunéville Castle in Lunéville (Meurthe-et-Moselle): 5,500 visitors
Hotel de la Préfecture (exceptional opening) in Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle): 500 visitors
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle): 3,205 visitors
Verdun Memorial in Verdun (Meuse): 1,000 visitors
Prefecture of the Moselle (exceptional opening) in Metz (Moselle): 500 visitors
Military Governor’s Command Hotel (exceptional opening) in Metz (Moselle): 4,000 visitors
Golden Court Museum in Metz (Moselle): 4,400 visitors
Image Museum in Épinal (Vosges): 1200 visitors
Archaeological site in Grand (Vosges): 350 visitors

Villa Cavrois (CMN) in Croix (North): 3,250 visitors
Sugar Market in Dunkerque (North): 1200 visitors
Port Museum in Dunkerque (North): 4,432 visitors
Château de Chantilly in Chantilly (Oise): 8,000 visitors
Pierrefonds Castle in Pierrefonds (Oise): 3,450 visitors
Museum in Boulogne-sur-Mer (Pas-de-Calais): 5,000 visitors
Notre-Dame Church in Calais (Pas-de-Calais): 4,100 visitors
Notre-Dame Cathedral in Saint-Omer (Pas-de-Calais): 3,500 visitors
Notre-Dame Cathedral (CMN) in Amiens (Somme): 2,600 visitors
Belfry de Rue (Somme): 650 visitors

RATP events in Paris: 14,350 visitors
Court of Cassation (exceptional opening) in the 1st district (Paris): 650 visitors
Banque de France (exceptional opening) in the 1st arrondissement (Paris): 14,000 visitors
Ministry of Justice, Bourvallais hotel (exceptional opening) in the 1st district (Paris): 3,898 visitors
Palais-Royal (exceptional opening) with digital workshops and demonstrations of know-how for young audiences in the 1st district (Paris): 10,261 visitors
Sainte-Chapelle et Conciergerie (CMN) in the 1st arrondissement (Paris): 16,200 visitors
Palais Cambon, Cour des comptes (exceptional opening) with storytelling readings for young audiences in the 1st district (Paris): 5,000 visitors
National Archives, Paris site (exceptional opening) with youth workshops and quizzes in the 3rd district (Paris): 10,200 visitors
City Hall (exceptional opening) in the 4th district (Paris): 7,000 visitors (only on Sundays)
Tours of Notre-Dame Cathedral (CMN) in the 4th district (Paris): 3,050 visitors
Ministry of Higher Education and Research (exceptional opening) in the 5th arrondissement (Paris):
1500 visitors
Panthéon (CMN) in the 5th arrondissement (Paris): 16,000 visitors
Ministry of Education (exceptional opening) with special visits for young people in the 6th district (Paris): 5,000 visitors
Senate, Palais du Luxembourg (exceptional opening) in the 6th arrondissement (Paris): 22,300 visitors
Swiss Embassy (exceptional opening) in the 7th district (Paris): 1,950 visitors
National Assembly, Bourbon Palace and Lassay Hotel (exceptional opening) in 7th Arrondissement (Paris): 14,000 visitors
Hotel de Matignon, residence of the Prime Minister (exceptional opening) with an arts village in the 7th district (Paris): 8,000 visitors
Hotel de Noirmoutier (exceptional opening) in the 7th district (Paris): 3,500 visitors
Ministry in charge of relations with the Parliament, Hotel de Clermont (exceptional opening) in the 7th district (Paris): 7,000 visitors
Ministère de l'Agriculture, de l'Agroalimentaire et de la Forêt, hôtel de Villeroy (exceptional opening) with an educational farm in the 7th district (Paris): 6,700 visitors
Ministry of Regional Planning, Hotel de Castries (exceptional opening) in the 7th district (Paris):
4,000 visitors
Ministère des Armées, hôtel de Brienne (exceptional opening) in the 7th district (Paris): 4,000 visitors
Quai d'Orsay, Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (exceptional opening) in the 7th district (Paris): 7,100 visitors
Chinese Embassy (exceptional opening) in 7th Arrondissement (Paris): 3,477 visitors
Arc de triomphe (CMN) in 8th Arrondissement (Paris): 12,000 visitors
Grand Palais with youth events in the 8th district (Paris): 1,900 visitors
Ministry of the Interior, Beauvau hotel (exceptional opening) in the 8th district (Paris): 8,000 visitors
Palais de l'Élysée, Hotel d'Évreux (exceptional opening) in the 8th district (Paris): 17,375 visitors
Bercy, Ministry of Economy and Finance (exceptional opening) with youth events in the 12th district (Paris): 5,900 visitors
National Furniture – Manufacture des Gobelins in the 13th Arrondissement: 5,587 visitors
France Télévisions (exceptional opening) in the 15th district (Paris): 2,500 visitors
Cité de l'architecture et du patrimoine with writing and construction workshops for young people in the 16th arrondissement (Paris): 1,000 visitors
Fondation Louis Vuitton in the 16th district (Paris): 10,200 visitors
Embassy of Mexico (exceptional opening) in the 16th district (Paris): 650 visitors
Palais d'Iéna, economic, social and environmental council (exceptional opening) in the 16th district (Paris): 3,000 visitors
Champs-sur-Marne national estate in Champs-sur-Marne (Seine-et-Marne): 5,300 visitors
Maison Jean Monnet with games for young people in Bazoches-sur-Guyonne (Yvelines): 200 visitors
Palace of the King of Rome with track games and workshops in Rambouillet (Yvelines): 500 visitors
Prefecture of Yvelines (exceptional opening) in Versailles (Yvelines): 1,800 visitors
Villa Savoye (CMN) in Poissy (Yvelines): 750 visitors
Chamarande departmental estate in Chamarande (Essonne): 3,000 visitors
Château de Malmaison in Rueil-Malmaison (Hauts-de-Seine): 1,687 visitors
Art workshops of the Reunion of National Museums (exceptional opening) with workshops for young people in Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis): 210 visitors
Basilica-Cathedral (CMN) in Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis): 2,419 visitors
National Rugby Centre (exceptional opening) in Marcoussis (Val-de-Marne): 318 visitors
Closerie Falbala, Dubuffet Foundation in Périgny (Val-de-Marne): 153 visitors
Château de Vincennes (CMN) in Vincennes (Val-de-Marne): 8,000 visitors
Maubuisson Abbey with workshops on prehistoric techniques in Saint-Ouen-l'Aumône (Val-d'Oise): 400 visitors

Bayeux Tapestry Museum with audio guided tours with special junior reviews in Bayeux (Calvados): 3,790 visitors
MAHB, art and history museum in Bayeux (Calvados): 723 visitors
Abbey of the Ladies in Caen (Calvados): 1,900 visitors
Abbaye aux Hommes in Caen (Calvados): 3,043 visitors
Château de Crèvecoeur in Crèvecoeur-en-Auge (Calvados): 750 visitors
Château Guillaume le Conquérant in Falaise (Calvados): 1,000 visitors
Domaine de Pontécoulant in Pontécoulant (Calvados): 770 visitors
Abbatiale Notre-Dame à Bernay (Eure): 400 visitors
Harcourt Estate in Harcourt (Eure): 900 visitors
Pinterville Castle in Pinterville (Eure): 380 visitors
Château de Gaillon in Gaillon (Eure): 1,115 visitors
Bizy Castle in Vernon (Eure): 980 visitors
Castle in Canisy (Manche): 600 visitors
Christian Dior Museum in Granville (Manche): 1,500 visitors
Richard Anacréon Museum in Granville (Manche): 650 visitors
Mont-Saint-Michel Abbey (CMN) in Mont-Saint-Michel (Manche): 11,304 visitors
National stud farm in Saint-Lô (Manche): 1,600 visitors
Manoir du Dur-Écu in Urville-Nacqueville (Manche): 500 visitors
Parc du château de Nacqueville in Urville-Nacqueville (Manche): 150 visitors
Castle (CMN) in Carrouges (Orne): 720 visitors
Camp de Bierre in Merri (Orne): 600 visitors
MuséoSeine in Caudebec-en-Caux (Seine-Maritime): 600 visitors
Abbaye de Graville au Havre (Seine-Maritime): 550 visitors
Malraux Museum in Le Havre (Seine-Maritime): 3,200 visitors
Manoir Agnès Sorel in Mesnil-sous-Jumièges (Seine-Maritime): 860 visitors
Montivilliers Abbey with many activities for young people to learn the art of calligraphy, the knights' clothing or their fighting technique in Montivilliers (Seine-Maritime): 620 visitors
Museum of Fine Arts in Rouen (Seine-Maritime): 1,800 visitors

Cité internationale de la bande-dessinée et de l'image à Angoulême (Charente): 1,360 visitors
Paper museum in Angoulême (Charente): 500 visitors
Underground church in Aubeterre-sur-Dronne (Charente): 800 visitors
Château de la Chétardie in Exideuil (Charente): 250 visitors
Peyras Castle in Romanizières-Loubert (Charente): 250 visitors
Château in Villebois-Lavalette (Charente): 700 visitors
Fâ archaeological site in Barzan (Charente-Maritime): 680 visitors
Castle in Crazannes (Charente-Maritime): 565 visitors
Ferry house in Échillais (Charente-Maritime): 450 visitors
Museum of Fine Arts in La Rochelle (Charente-Maritime): 1,220 visitors
Tours de la Rochelle in La Rochelle (Charente-Maritime): 7,750 visitors
Hotel Poupet, residence of the Prefect of Charente-Maritime in La Rochelle (Charente-Maritime): 350 visitors
Caves of Regulus in Meschers (Charente-Maritime): 1,265 visitors
Naval Medicine School (exceptional opening) in Rochefort (Charente-Maritime): 1,410 visitors
Musée national de la Marine in Rochefort (Charente-Maritime): 2,100 visitors
Chassiron lighthouse in Saint-Denis-d'Oléron (Charente-Maritime): 2,010 visitors
Val Castle in Bort-les-Orgues (Corrèze): 1,000 visitors
Labenche Museum in Brive-la-Gaillarde (Corrèze): 870 visitors
Hotel de la Préfecture (exceptional opening) in Tulle (Corrèze): 580 visitors
International City of Tapestry with drawing, cutting and coloring workshops to discover the heritage of tapestries in Aubusson (Creuse): 1,412 visitors
Villemonteix Castle in Saint-Pardoux-les-Cards (Creuse): 650 visitors
Tumulus Museum in Bougon (Deux-Sèvres): 500 visitors
Villa Ayrault in Châtillon-sur-Thouet (Deux-Sèvres): 720 visitors
Château du Coudray-Salbart in Échiré (Deux-Sèvres): 1,081 visitors
Bernard d'Agesci Museum in Niort (Deux-Sèvres): 1,300 visitors
Château de Saint-Mesmin in Saint-André-sur-Sèvre (Deux-Sèvres): 500 visitors
International pole of prehistory in Eyzies-de-Tayatac (Dordogne): 550 visitors
Vesunna, Gallo-Roman museum in Périgueux (Dordogne): 1,200 visitors
Blaye Citadel in Blaye (Gironde): 6,000 visitors
Saint-Michel Basilica in Bordeaux (Gironde): 3,600 visitors
Grand Théâtre, Opéra national de Bordeaux (Gironde): 10,000 visitors
Pey-Berland Tour (CMN) in Bordeaux (Gironde): 800 visitors
Abbey of La Sauve-Majeure (CMN) in La Sauve (Gironde): 750 visitors
Prefecture of Haute-Vienne (exceptional opening) in Limoges (Haute-Vienne): 500 visitors
Walmath Castle in Saint-Laurent-les-Églises (Haute-Vienne): 1,500 visitors
Abbey of Arthous with storytelling sessions proposed by the association Graine de Contes (2-6 years) in Hastingues (Landes): 400 visitors
Lake Museum in Sanguinet (Landes): 400 visitors
Museum of Fine Arts and Jacobins in Agen (Lot-et-Garonne): 850 visitors
Duras Castle in Duras (Lot-et-Garonne): 1200 visitors
Henri IV Castle in Nérac (Lot-et-Garonne): 900 visitors
Château de Bonaguil in Saint-Front-sur-Lémance (Lot-et-Garonne): 916 visitors
Musée national du château de Pau (Pyrénées-Atlantiques): 2,500 visitors
Pau-Gelos national stud farm in Pau (Pyrénées-Atlantiques): 3,100 visitors
Museum auto-moto-vélo in Châtellerault (Vienna): 943 visitors
Sainte-Croix Museum in Poitiers (Vienna): 609 visitors
Prefecture, Departmental Council (exceptional opening) in Poitiers (Vienna): 347 visitors
Saint-Savin Abbey in Saint-Savin (Vienna): 910 visitors
Château du Fou in Vouneuil-sur-Vienne (Vienna): 850 visitors

Cité de Carcassonne (CMN) in Carcassonne (Aude): 11,300 visitors
Palace of the Archbishops in Narbonne (Aude): 11,600 visitors
Saint Papoul Abbey in Saint Papoul (Aude): 429 visitors
Abbey and Treasury in Conques (Aveyron): 376 visitors
Templar and hospital site in La Couvertoirade (Aveyron): 750 visitors
Towers and ramparts (CMN) in Aigues-Mortes (Gard): 4,350 visitors
Romanity Museum in Nîmes (Gard): 160 visitors
Pont du Gard to Vers-Pont-du-Gard (Gard): 15,000 visitors
Flaran Abbey in Valence-sur-Baïse (Gers): 917 visitors
Canal du midi (museum) in Revel (Haute-Garonne): 450 visitors
Hôtel des Chevaliers Saint-Jean-de-jerusalem (exceptional opening) with workshops on archaeological objects and the discovery of archaeology by the Service de l'Archéologie de Toulouse-Métropole in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne): 1,900 visitors
Musée des Augustins in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne): 4,754 visitors
Prefecture (exceptional opening) in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne): 2,500 visitors
Jacobins convent in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne): 7,063 visitors
Quai des Savoirs in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne): 2,600 visitors
Pyrenean Museum in Lourdes (Hautes-Pyrénées): 2,386 visitors
City Hall (exceptional opening) in Montpellier (Hérault): 1,127 visitors
Musée Fabre in Montpellier (Hérault): 3,743 visitors
Pierresvives in Montpellier (Hérault): 1,001 visitors
Thau Basin in Sète (Hérault): 180 visitors
Cénevières Castle in Cénevières (Lot): 420 visitors
Champollion Museum in Figeac (Lot): 1,140 visitors
Castelnau-Bretenoux Castle (CMN) in Prudhomat (Lot): 975 visitors
Hamlet of La Croze in La Malène (Lozère): 312 visitors
Centre de sculpture romane à Cabestany (Pyrénées-Orientales): 410 visitors
Citadelle in Mont-Louis (Pyrénées-Orientales): 137 visitors
Toulouse-Lautrec Museum in Albi (Tarn): 5,500 visitors
Notre-Dame de la Platé church in Castres (Tarn): 400 visitors
Belleperche Abbey in Cordes-Tolosannes (Tarn-et-Garonne): 3,323 visitors
Saint-Pierre de Moissac Abbey in Moissac (Tarn-et-Garonne): 5,500 visitors

Ramparts and Saint-Michel gate in Guérande (Loire-Atlantique): 2,800 visitors
Château des Ducs de Bretagne in Nantes (Loire-Atlantique): 6,000 visitors
Hotel de la Préfecture (exceptional opening) in Nantes (Loire-Atlantique): 850 visitors
Angers Castle (CMN) in Angers (Maine-et-Loire): 6,300 visitors
Museum of Fine Arts with a young audience workshop around the exhibition «Olivier Supiot, a comic book at the museum» in Angers (Maine-et-Loire): 15,000 visitors
Château de la Montchevalleraie in Aviré (Maine-et-Loire): 200 visitors
Convent and church of the Trinity in Château-Gontier (Mayenne): 380 visitors
Museum and archaeological site in Jublains (Mayenne): 400 visitors
Old Castle, naïve art museum in Laval (Mayenne): 1,500 visitors
Castle in Mayenne (Mayenne): 950 visitors
Prytanée national militaire (exceptional opening) in La Flèche (Sarthe): 1000 visitors
Lude Castle in Lude (Sarthe): 900 visitors
Epau Abbey in Le Mans (Sarthe): 1200 visitors
Carré Plantagenêt au Mans (Sarthe): 1000 visitors
History of the Vendée in Lucs-sur-Boulogne (Vendée): 3,500 visitors
Musée de l'abbaye de Sainte-Croix with a treasure hunt for 8-12 year olds in Les Sables-d'Olonne (Vendée):
1500 visitors

Villa Thuret in Antibes (Alpes-Maritimes): 1300 visitors
Turbie trophée d'Auguste in Beaulieu-sur-Mer (Alpes-Maritimes): 3,059 visitors
Villa Kerylos in Beaulieu-sur-Mer (Alpes-Maritimes): 1,075 visitors
Marc Chagall Museum in Nice (Alpes-Maritimes): 2000 visitors
Villa Arson in Nice (Alpes-Maritimes): 1200 visitors
Montmajour Abbey (CMN) in Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône): 3,400 visitors
Arles Antique Museum in Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône): 3,000 visitors
Marseille City Hall (Bouches-du-Rhône): 6,000 visitors
Courthouse in Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône): 1,200 visitors
Vasarely Foundation in Aix-en-Provence (Bouches-du-Rhône): 3,400 visitors
Palais de la Bourse (exceptional opening) in Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône): 1,800 visitors
Fort du Randouillet in Briançon (Hautes-Alpes): 320 visitors
Saline des Pesquiers in Hyères (Var): 2,510 visitors
Domaine du Rayol in Rayol-Canadel-sur-Mer (Var): 2,900 visitors
Departmental archives (exceptional opening) with the rediscovery for young audiences of the children’s art exhibition «Les enfants du Monde» in Avignon (Vaucluse): 800 visitors

Guadeloupe (Saturday figures)
House of architecture and heritage in Basse-Terre: 80 visitors
Geothermal power plant in Bouillante: 120 visitors
Habitation Grange Bel'Ô (exceptional opening) in Bouillante: 90 visitors
Fort Fleur d'Épee au Gosier: 280 visitors
Edgar Clerc Mould Museum: 200 visitors
Archeological park of engraved rocks with workshops discovered for the young public in Trois-Rivières: 130 visitors
Museum of Guyanese Cultures with an exhibition «Asia-Guyana, history and heritage» in Cayenne: 386 visitors
Regina-Kaw Municipal Ecomuseum: 70 visitors
Transportation Camp in Saint-Laurent du Maroni: 200 visitors
Martinique (Saturday figures)
Habitation Pécoul (exceptional opening) in Basse-Pointe: 504 visitors
Departmental archives (exceptional opening) in Fort-de-France: 70 visitors
Cultural Affairs and Conservation Centre (exceptional opening) in Fort-de-France: 90 visitors
Fort Saint-Louis in Fort-de-France: 886 visitors
Prefecture (exceptional opening) in Fort-de-France: 250 visitors
Habitation Clément (exceptional opening) at François: 706 visitors
JM distillery (exceptional opening) with a young public treasure hunt to discover the secrets of the Macouba distillery: 523 visitors
Bellevue House (exceptional opening) at Macouba: 474 visitors
Home The sugar factory (exceptional opening) at Anses d'Arlet: 331 visitors
Three masts schooner «Le Toumelin» in Marin: 222 visitors
Saint-Pierre, city of Art and History in Saint-Pierre: 131 visitors
Wana Mitsé Festival in Bandrélé: 495 visitors
Municipality of Chirongui to Chirongui: 573 visitors
Mayotte Museum with many games for young people in Dzaoudzi: 450 visitors
The Meeting
Domaine de Manapany in Petite-Île: 804 visitors
Prefecture (exceptional opening) in Saint-Denis: 430 visitors
City of Saint-Paul with workshops for school students on the theme of the exhibition «Marronnage - Refuse slavery to Bourbon Island in the 18th century»: 807 visitors
Villèle Historical Museum in Saint-Paul: 2,517 visitors
Saint-Pierre and its heritage in Saint-Pierre: 9,536 visitors