Families, groups and schools
The Jean Monnet House in Bazoches-sur-Guyonne is the ideal place to learn about the life and work of one of the architects of today’s Europe.
Located 45 km to the west of Paris, it was a perfect retreat for Monnet, where he could develop his vision of European peace and unity away from the hubbub of the French capital.
In the heart of the Haute Vallée de Chevreuse Regional Natural Park, the Jean Monnet House is an enchanting place for a group excursion.
Visitors will be able to learn more about Europe and spend a relaxing time with family or friends.
The history of European integration is presented through numerous interactive and recreational activities. School groups will learn how Jean Monnet shaped today’s Europe and the extent to which today’s European institutions influence people’s lives.
During the week, groups are limited to 40 people, subject to availability.
For school groups, one accompanying adult is required for every 20 pupils.
At weekends, we can host groups of up to 120 people.
Reservations are strongly recommended for individuals (less than 10 people). Visitors can enjoy the exhibition at their own pace thanks to the multimedia guides available in English, French and German.
Bookings are required for groups of more than 10 people (preferably two weeks in advance).Audio guides are available in English, French and German.Guided visits are available in French, and on request in English, German, Italian and Spanish. They can be tailored to the group’s specific interests, and can focus on a wide range of EU current affairs.
Creative workshops for school groups can be organised to allow students to explore issues such as European citizenship, EU enlargement and how Europe is responding to climate change. For further information: or Jean-monnet-europeeuroparl [dot] europa [dot] eu (Jean-monnet-europe[at]europarl[dot]europa[dot]eu)