It was in this thatched cottage that Jean Monnet discussed the future of Europe with the most senior politicians of the time.
It was in this warm and simple home that Jean Monnet spent most of his life after the Second World War, and where many of the momentous plans for the future of France and Europe were developed.
The permanent exhibition extends from the ground floor to the first floor of the House, via the conference room and the park.
Jean Monnet cherished his garden. He loved walking in nature and immersing himself in the landscape.