Église des Cordeliers
Religious heritage

Église des Cordeliers


For a group guided tour: 03 84 24 65 01
For all other requests contact the deanery: 03 84 24 04 44

It's a discreet monument, hidden away at the end of a small courtyard, itself enclosed by a splendid 15th-century porch, in the rue des Cordeliers in Lons-le-Saunier. But it is a magnificent church, originally built in the 13th century, and which, as a result of numerous fires, now essentially dates from the 18th century (particularly its Jesuit-style façade, completed in 1731).
Inside, you can discover three sets of furniture listed as Historic Monuments: the pulpit (1728, the work of Lédonian cabinet-makers Lamberthoz), the great organs (circa 1845, Callinet organs) and the choir stalls (circa 1828, late Louis XVI style).
A crypt, now inaccessible, is the burial place of the Chalon family, powerful lords of the town in the Middle Ages.

Don't miss: the Jesuit-style façade with its revolutionary inscription, the Callinet organ, the 19th-century choir stalls with musical instruments and the preacher's pulpit...
Self-guided tour according to opening hours.
Guided tour for groups of 5 or more: christelle@lons-jura.fr or 03 84 24 65 01.

Église des Cordeliers
rue des Cordeliers
  • Pets not allowed

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