Maison natale Charles de Gaulle

A historic monument labelled "Maison des illustres", the Maison natale Charles de Gaulle aims to enable the widest possible audience to discover the childhood and genesis of the man who was to become the most illustrious of the French. Entirely restored in 2020, the house recreates the atmosphere of an interior characteristic of the industrial bourgeoisie of Northern France at the end of the 19th century. Bus stops : - Winston Churchill (lines 9, 14, 50) - Magasin (line 10) - or Navette du Vieux Lille (ask for the stop in rue Saint Sébastien). Open every day except Tuesday from 10 am to 6 pm. Closed on 1 January, 1 May, 25 December and on the weekend of the Lille street market. RESERVATION REQUIRED BY PHONE


9 rue Princesse
59000 Lille

+33 359 73 00 30

The Maison natale will be closed to the public from November 6 to 21.

Charles de Gaulle's birth house

Access by bike

Access by bus

Access by car

Access on foot

Bookings must be made by telephone on 03 59 73 00 30


Motor disability

Thematic of the place

History and tradition

Public price
: Free
Price with the pass
: Free