Français EnglishDiscover the admirable design work of Jean-Michel Folon by visiting this chapel, and learn more about an artist who nurtured strong links with Saint-Paul for over thirty years. Folon's close collaboration with village craftsmen, his stained glass designs, sculptures, and fascination with light, are all keys to understanding his world and his conception of art.
The White Penitents' Chapel was Jean-Michel Folon's last design project before his death in 2005. It is also the last chapel in the Midi to have been decorated by an artist.

The Folon chapel shop invites you to delve deeper into the world of Jean-Michel Folon with postcards, sketch pads, posters, etc.

The Folon Chapel reopens its doors to the public by adapting to the context of health emergencies. From Wednesday May 20th, the Folon Chapel team is pleased to meet you every day of the week from 10am to 12.30pm and from 2pm to 6pm.
Thank you for taking this opportunity to wear a mask, to apply barrier gestures and to respect the measures of physical distance between people. A maximum of 8 people inside the chapel will be accepted.
The Museum of Local History remains closed to the public until further notice.

Guided tour on request. Contact the Tourist Information Office.

From may 20th, the place is open 7/7 from 10am to 12:30pm and 2pm to 6pm.

A guided tour is also available.

La Chapelle Folon. musee. Saint-Paul de Vence

La Chapelle Folon


7/7 10h-12h30 & 14h-18h (16h en hiver), fermé en novembre

Place De L'église
Saint-Paul de Vence

Tél. 04 93 32 86 95
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