The Good Shepherd Museum, offering a-600 m2 tour on 3 levels, presents:
The site of the Indian-style printed cotton Tournemine Factory in the 18th century.
A part of the history of Angers.
The founders St. Jean Eudes and St. Marie-Euphrasie Pelletier - The beginnings of the congregation.
The daily life of the Sisters in the 19th and 20th century.
The mission of the Sisters with women and girls in care, in France and around the world.
The Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd Congregation and its mission on the 5 continents, recognized as an NGO by the UN.
A pleasant visit, in an exceptional architectural setting.
The Good Shepherd Museum offers temporary exhibitions throughout the year. Please visit the Events section.