An enriching ensemble
It is quite unusual to find, in the same place, and what a place, the interesting cohabitation between a congregation, a museum, and a hostelry. Beyond a common architecture, the ensemble seems to carry a common spirit.
The congregation has been established here since 1829. At the beginning, it benefited from the dynamism of a foundress, Sister Marie-Euphrasie Pelletier, who, according to legend, was "the only man in Angers".
And this dynamism must have been truly remarkable, since her reputation has endured through the centuries! Today, the sisters are concerned with people on the margins of society, and this, all over the world.
If you are visiting downtown Angers, then you are just a stone's throw away from the museum, which, on three floors, presents objects, documents and images, supported by multimedia. A little-known aspect of Angers' history.
Guests are welcomed in a remarkably preserved 12-hectare landscape and building complex.
There are ninety rooms, a restaurant, and meeting rooms for professional or festive events.
Good Shepherd Motherhouse
Good Shepherd Museum
Hostellerie Bon Pasteur
18, Rue Marie-Euphrasie Pelletier
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