Between history and metamorphosis, the 8th was forged around symbols: the rose, the cinema, the architecture of Tony Garnier, the theater and later the dance, while keeping its strong industrial footprint.

Created a little over 50 years ago, it continues its economic and urban development.

At Monplaisir, a visit of the Institut Lumière is essential for a discovery of the origins of cinema.

In the neighborhood of the United States, the Urban Museum Tony Garnier unveils a must-see open-air museum.


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Gate Lyon

For more than 20 years we take on the quality of our services and the selection of our drivers to carry you in your travels both professional and...

Eglise Saint Jean Apôtre - Notre Dame du Liban

The church is part of the Lebanese Maronite community, the Antonins. The Maronite church is the Syrian church based particularly in the Lebanon, part...

Eglise Saint Jacques des Etats-Unis

The church was built at the start of the 20th c. in 1936, characteristic of concrete construction. It houses a fresco of the life of St James. It is...

Eglise de la Sainte Trinité

Built by the architect Pierre Genton in 1959. The organ was built in 1889 by Jacquot-Jean Pierre & Cie and moved to this church in 1975: it now...

Centre International de Séjour de Lyon - CISL

Our self-service restaurant (140 seats) proposes various meal deals and a range of varied services for groups, including prepacked meals and buffets,...

Marché Alimentaire et Fleurs des Etats-Unis (food and flower market)

Place du 8 mai 1945

Indoor market. Products sold: fruit and vegetables, cheese, meat, poultry, roast chicken, cooked meats, fish, bread, cakes and flowers.

Café Lumière

Located next to the bookshop and opposite the Hangar du Premier-Film, Café Lumière serves food and drink from Tuesday to Sunday.

Marché de Produits Manufacturés Etats-Unis (manufactured products market)

Place du 8 mai 1945

Indoor market. Products sold: clothes, shoes, bags, bric à brac, etc.

Jardin du Docteur René Biot

780 m² of rocks, grassed terraces, flower beds, street furniture and a renovated play area.

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