Ursulines museum : housed in an old 17th century convent, its collection focus on three main themes : local archaelogy, ethnography and fine art.
Every year,five important exhibitions are proposed to the public
Lamartine museum : housed in hotel Senece, a mansion built in the beginning of the XVIII century, the museum presents a collection of items recalling the life of lamartine (1790-1869). Collections also include paintings, tapestries and furniture belonging to the academy of macon.
Old Saint-Vincent : cathedral founded in VIth century. Today, only the narthex towers and the intervening subsist. Panoramic view of Mâcon and the Saône valley. This building is now a symbol of Mâcon.
Half-timbered house : the oldest and most famous house in macon (XV-XVI c). The façade is decorated with a multitude of grotesque carvings, statuettes often with a saucy inspiration !
Hospital (Hôtel Dieu) : built according to Soufflot's plan, the Hôtel Dieu is characterised by its remarkably large and high dome. Inside, the apothecary's shop with its XV c wood panels presents an important collection of chemist jars
Saint Laurent bridge : built during the XI century, it was for many years the link between the Kingdom of France and the Holly Roman Empire. It is classified as an historical monument.
La Charite : built by Soufflot, architect of the pantheon, this building was used to house poor people and orphans. You can still see the tower, a cask in wich abandoned babies were once put.
Tourist information office of Mâcon