An ideal activity for non-skiers and amateur photographers. Accompany
Teresa Kaufman and be inspired by unusual and secret itineraries
as you discover, taste and photograph the unique neighborhoods and
hamlets of the Chamonix valley. Prices: 20€ to 35€ per
person depending on the itinerary. Duration: 2.5 - 3 hours. Reservations
11€ - Unlimited access for 1 year to the Chamonix- Mont-Blanc
Valley museums: la Maison de l’Alpage and la Maison du Lieutenant
in Servoz, le Musée Montagnard in Les Houches, l’Espace
Tairraz, le Musée Alpin, la Maison de la Mémoire et
du Patrimoine in Chamonix and the “Maison de Barberine”
Maison de la
mémoire et du patrimoine
Inaugurated in the spring of 2012, this latest cultural space in
the rue des Moulins, opened its doors with an exhibition dedicated
to cinema in the 1940s, with particular attention on the filming
of Premier de Cordée, from the book by Roger Frison-Roche.
Still in the 1940s, the second exhibition Grandir sous l’occupation
aims to shine a light on eye-witness reports, photographs and posters
allowing visitors to see what life was like for the local children
during this war period.
The Bowling Alley
The Bowling Pub is open every day and on bad weather days it is
open in the afternoon. 8 lanes, automatic score screens. Bar and
snacks available at all times. Billiard room with 17 tables and
an indoor crazy golf course upstairs. www.bowling-chamonix.com
Situated in the town centre, with 3 screens featuring Dolby sound.
Films marked VO are shown in English. A 3D screen has recently been
installed and offers films in both English and French. Adults €9
per adult. Children under (-14) €4.00, (+15) €7.50. www.cinemavox-chamonix.com
of Historic Chamonix
Chamonix has a rich and diverse architectural heritage. Key features
of this tour, which can be booked at the Tourist Office include
l’Eglise St Michel, la Marie and the Priory.