Martin Nadaud was a famous Creuse mason in the 19th-century, who worked in Paris for some 20 years, who became a symbolic figure of the many Creusois masons and who helped build modern France (35,000 Creusois masons were working across France in the mid 19th-century), eventually become a member of the French parliament.  He is also remembered for his famous saying “In Paris, when the buildings go, everything goes!”.  The family house, only a short drive from Chez Jallot, offers the visitor the opportunity to dive into life in the 19th-century and to learn more about this famous mason and his compatriots.

  Google map and directions

  Martin Nadaud Website

Opening Times:

  • From April 2nd to April 30th - every day from 2.30pm to 6pm (closed Monday)
  • From May 1st to May 31st - Sunday & public holidays (plus Ascension weekend) from 2.30pm to 6pm
  • From June 1st to July 2nd - Sunday only from 2.30pm to 6pm
  • From July 9th to August 27th - every day from 2.30pm to 6.30pm (closed Monday)
  • From September 1st to October 22nd - Sunday from 2.30pm to 6pm
  • October 22nd to 29th - every day from 2.30pm to 6pm (closed Monday)
  • Last entry 1 hour 15 minutes before closing time

Prices:
Adult rate - €6
 Child rate (up to 16 years old) - €4
 Child under 10 years - Free 

Other Information:
Guided tours departures every 30 minutes.
Audio guides in English are available for visitors. 

Please refer to the Martin Nadaud website for up-to-date information.

Family-Oriented:
Yes