You can discover Reims by walking the streets and avenues, admiring its diverse architecture.
Built by the rémois architect Alphonse Gosset, on the initiative of the Lord Bishop Langénieux, to celebrate the 14th centenary of baptism of (...)Read more
The St Nicaise Church lies to the east of Reims in the district known as Chemin-Vert.
It was built from October 1919 to December 1921 thanks to (...)Read more
2000 relics of saints are gathered in the crypt of Sainte Clotilde. When the church was built at the end of the 19th century, every diocese in (...)Read more
Placed in the middle of the Erlon Square, this monumental fountain made by sculptor Na-joux, was created in 1930 thanks to August Subé and his (...)Read more
The German surrender was signed here on the 7th of May 1945 in one of the rooms of this museum.Read more
Former archbishop’s palace, sculptures, tapestries, Cathedral treasure, 13th century chapelRead more
You have to raise your eyes in the streets of Reims for discovering the facades. In particular, the facade of cinema Opera on 9 Rue de Thillois. (...)Read more
North Cemetery, opened in 1787, is the oldest of the city. Amidst the ancient yew trees is scattered a remarkable collection of antique monuments (...)Read more
Did you know that after the First World War (1914-1918) the Reims Shooting Club was set up in the Parc de la Muire in Tinqueux and it hosted the (...)Read more
The Subé Talleyrand covered passages: a very pleasant place to go shopping or to take a stroll in the town centre.Read more