The name of the street, Rue de la Poulaillerie, is related to the sales of poultry in the Middle Ages. At number 13, you will find the printing museum, a great testimony to the time when printing was one of the main activities of Lyon. It is located in the former Crown Hotel, the first City Hall of Lyon, which was built in the fifteenth century. Look at the driveway, the galleries and the Maurice Scève courtyard. It is possible to cut through to the Rue des Forces.