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De la feuille à la pierre : Trésors de nos parcs et jardins publics

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    At the end of the XVIIIᵉ century, Besançon had two public gardens: Chamars and Granvelle. Hygienist theories and the urgent need to restore the existing promenades would lead the Besançon town councillors to develop new promenades throughout the XIXᵉ century. A tour to discover the history of our public gardens, from Micaud Park to the Granvelle Promenade, via the Garden of the Senses and Saint-Amour Square.


    Opening periods

    10 a.m.: Tuesdays 12 March, 9 April, Monday 3 June, Monday 8 July, Monday 2 September

    Practical information


    Cultural activities
    Guided tours


      MINI Max Additional information
    Free of charge0Free: for disabled people, jobseekers and children under 12.
    Basic rate8
    Special rate6Reduced rate: Students, under-18s, member associations of the Tourist Office and Convention Bureau

    See also


    Besançon, Histoire de goût


    Il était une fois Besançon (visite simple)