This house, built over 400 years ago, was once a public building (prison, justice of the peace, town hall), then a private building (butcher's shop, hotel-restaurant).
It was, in fact, for more than 200 years, in the 4th and 24th centuries, the meeting place of the XNUMX consuls and their XNUMX political advisers who administered until the Revolution, all of the "parishes" constituting what is now the township of Vicdessos.
Currently, three exhibition rooms have been set up there. It has regained its vocation as a public building and its original name of "House of Consuls".
These rooms can be made available on request and subject to availability.
Prices / Opening
- Bank and postal checks