Rooms, word of Celtic origin, means the place where you stop. Arbuissonnas-rooms, located in the center of the Community of Municipalities, is known by lovers of history and architecture.
The history of the town found the first traces of occupation from the Palaeolithic (37,000 to 5,000 years BC) with arrowheads, scrapers and chisels.
At the time of the Gauls, the sherds comb pottery and not tour, is dated 4th century BC C.
This period extends to the Gallo-Roman until the 4th century base, tripod, vase, jar, dolium.
In the 10th century, the monks of Cluny founded a Priory. The Romanesque cloister has maintained a gallery of columns. The church's 11th century golden stone opens with a beautiful Romanesque door.
In the 14th century arrival of the ladies of the convent of Benedictine Grelonges, an island in the Saone, uninhabitable.
In the 18th century, construction of Chapter Noble Chanoinesses, Countess of rooms, where parents of Alphonse de Lamartine met. The Chapter esplanade shaded by linden trees, is lined with old houses Chanoinesses. The current City Hall is located in a house of canons.
Arbuissonnas retains a charming church wedged inside a former priory of the Abbey Ainay.
A Museum in the Street is installed since 2004 with 11 historical panels illustrated with old postcards. Also a tourist site, with exhibits on the history of the village, from Prehistory and Roman times, with special development for the Enlightenment and the life of Countess Canonesses in their 18th century house century.
A tourist information center "The Priory of Salles-Arbuissonnas" opened its doors in July 2012. Through a permanent exhibition, the Priory covers the major developments that have marked Salles-Arbuissonnas while proposing to appreciate the diversity of arts and times that make the beauty of the site. Contact: Tel. : +33 4 74 07 31 94 - Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org