Built in the first half of the 16th century, the Spanish House is one of the last timbered houses in Revin. Relive the life of a Revin family in the 1920s and set off to discover the craft in the Foundry.
Resting on a substructure of stones, its cob and brick walls are adorned with half-timbering and corbel arches. Everything about it makes one think it was the home of a well-to-do merchant.
As for the origin of its name, it is no doubt an echo of the Spanish occupation that Revin underwent, with its neutrality violated several times by both the troops of the Kingdom of France and those of the Empire.
Classified in the ISMH list (Supplementary Inventory of Historical Monuments), this building is now a local heritage museum.