European Heritage Days

From 21 to 22 September 2019

The 36th edition of the European Heritage Days, on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 September 2019, are an opportunity to discover or rediscover the extent of the treasures contained in the City of the Rites and the most beautiful places in the city!

You will be able to visit tourist sites that are not to be missed or rarely open to visitors. Most of the discoveries are free of charge, ask about the schedules directly at the place or at the Tourist Office of Reims.

The sites of the city of Reims visited are : Former Jesuit College, Former Fire Hall, Avenue De l’Orgue, Saint-Remi Basilica, Sainte-Clotilde Basilica, Carnegie Library, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Champagnes P & C Heidsieck, Chapelle Foujita, North Cemetery, Municipal Circus and Manège, National Conservatory of Music and Dance Region, Cryptoportique, Du Cours Anatole France à La Place De La République, Église Notre Dame, Église Saint Benoît, Eglise Saint-André, Eglise Saint-Jacques, Eglise Saint-Nicaise, Fort De La Pompelle, Frac Champagne-Ardenne, Le Collège, France 3 Champagne-Ardenne, Grand Théâtre De Reims, Private mansion of Marc Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, Hôtel Ponsardin (Chamber of Commerce and Industry), Hôtel Saint-Jean-Baptiste De La Salle, Les Chemins De La Paix, Les Remparts De Reims, Lycée Jean XXIII and La Chapelle, Maison De La Vie Associative, Maison Diocésaine Saint-Sixte, Médiathèque Jean Falala, 112 Airbase And Local Aeronautics Museum, Surrender Museum, Fine Arts Museum, Le Vergeur Museum, Saint-Rémi Abbey Museum, Palais du Tau, Pommery Park, Dit De Champagne, Art Deco Trail, Planetarium And Astronomical Clock, Reims Reconstructed And Art Deco, Temple De Reims, Villa Douce.

From 21 to 22 September 2019

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