Hôtel de Vogüé

Built around 1614 for Etienne Bouhier, Councillor at the Burgundy Parliament, it is one of the most precious parliamentary hotels built in the 17th century in France. The majestic entrance porch is punctuated with bosses and opens onto a courtyard with a sculpted portico. The classical and measured conception of the building is combined with all the decorative refinement of the Italian Renaissance. Passed in 1766 to the de Vogüé family and bought by the City, it now houses the Human Resources Department of the City of Dijon.


  • Private mansion
  • Remarkable civil building
  • Renaissance

Quality labels

  • Listed or registered (CNMHS)

On site


  • Temporary exhibitions