Endowed with an out of the ordinary history and heritage, the village has a soul that goes well beyond the image that we may already have of this unique venue. 14 results NOESIT_SEARCH Filter ProfileI'm comingFromToadults countchild count............CoupleFamilyWith friendsto............Revitalize yourselfExert yourselfClear search Add to journalMuseumMusée de l'Ermitage du Calvaire by Mairie de Megève Located at the Ermitage, this museum was inaugurated in 2013. It explains the Calvary construction, illustrated by old postcards and a multimedia desk for a virtual visit of the chapels. A room is dedicated to the renovation work which took place between 2001 and 2011. It also presents paintings part of amateurs' competition. Add to journalHistoric site and monumentThe Oratories by Presbytère These oratories of the Rosary are situated all along the main road (RN), before entering Megève, and lead to the Cretets Chapel. Add to journalCulturalGuided tours of the Calvaire de Megève by Guides du Patrimoine des Pays de Savoie Now A pilgrimage site built in the 19th century on the eastern side of the village. Inside the 14 chapels and oratories, wood sculptures depict the scenes of Christ's Passion. Add to journalHistoric site and monumentHenry-Jacques Le Même, architect by Mairie de Megève Henry-Jacques Le Même, creator of the Megevan chalet, associated city life, refinement and mountain rusticity. With a great talent, this mountain architect accomplished a considerable work through his life, to be discovered in the village streets... Add to journalHistoric site and monumentSundial by Mairie de Megève A magnificent and unique work of art on the village square that adorns this setting with splendour! Add to journalHistoric site and monumentThe chapels in the hamlets by Mairie de Megève Most of Megève's chapels were erected during the XV11 century, on the initiative of the clergy fighting the Reformation, incited by the need to establish a place of worship in each hamlet, and affirm the identity of each. Add to journalCulturalGuided tour of the historical centre and church by Guides du Patrimoine des Pays de Savoie Now A tour of the village explaining the development of Megève from its origins to the present day and his Saint-Jean Baptiste church Add to journalHistoric site and monumentMegeve's Historical Centre by Mairie de Megève Megeve has retained all the charm of a blooming and authentic Savoyard village, nestling around its medieval style main square, old quarters, narrow streets and welcoming little squares livened up with fountains and wash houses. Add to journalMuseumHaut Val d'Arly Heritage Museum by Musée du Haut Val d'Arly From 3.50€ Authentic XIXth century farmhouse containing collections of objects and records from the past, illustrating the daily grind of the local population: domestic life, social life, mountain life… Add to journalHistoric site and monumentThe Calvary Way by Mairie de Megève The Megève Calvary, with chapels depicting scenes of Christ's Passion and located between the village centre and the Mont d'Arbois Plateau, is one of the only in France to be listed as a European Sacred Mount and Historic Monument. Add to journalHistoric site and monumentThe church of Saint Jean Baptiste by Eglise Saint Jean-Baptiste Built at the same time as the Priory founded by the Benedictine monks in 1085, our church consists of 3 parts each corresponding to a different era. Listed as an Historical Monument, it is one of the most original in the region. Add to journalHistoric site and monumentChapelle du Maz by Mairie de Megève There are still a dozen chapels in Megève out of twenty that date back to before the Revolution. Dedicated to Saint Bartholomew and Saint Clair, the Maz Chapel was built in 1614 and rebuilt in 1772. Add to journalMuseumMuseum of Megève by Mairie de Megève Located right in the heart of the historic center, the Museum of Megève is in the authentic frame of the former House of Charity, building of the XVIIth century endowed with a baroque chapel. Add to journalHistoric site and monumentRoman Milestone by Mairie de Megève The Roman milestone which you can see at the Jaillet Pass, used to mark a border between the Ceutrons and the Viennois (Allobroges). At an altitude of 1723m it, symbolizes the limits of the Roman empire, bearing witness to the romanization of Savoie.