Eglise Saint RochCurrently Closed
- Address: 296, rue Saint-Honore, Paris, France
- Timings: 08:00 am - 07:30 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids
Eglise Saint Roch - Review
This late Baroque church is located in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris. This church was built between 1653 and 1754 and was dedicated to Saint Roch. It was Corneille and Le Notre who designed this church and were buried right here after their death. When you visit this church, notice the fresco just above the altar that depicts the scene from the mythology where Saint Susanna is fleeing her attackers and looking up to the heaven to seek help from God.
Eglise Saint Roch Information
- Maintain tranquility in the museum.
- Be decently dressed.
Eglise Saint Roch Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Eglise Saint Roch Hours
- Sunday service: 9:15 am
How To reach Eglise Saint Roch by Public Transport
- By metro: Stop - Pyramides
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0.11% of people who visit Paris include Eglise Saint Roch in their plan
60% of people start their Eglise Saint Roch visit around 12 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Eglise Saint Roch
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Eglise Saint Roch
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Eglise Saint Roch, Paris Reviews
Stumbled onto this church by accident. Had no idea what it would unfold once entered, and waw it did not disappoint. After literally wandering into here, I sat for a good while just taking in the astonishing architecture, then walked around to fully take in the whole place. Just jaw-dropping dedication and investment. Would totally recommend it to anyone in the area.
We stumbled upon this 17th century baroque church while waiting for our Giverny trip. After short prayers, we marveled at the murals and sculptures which, though not famous, were as beautiful and as historical as those in Notre Dame. And then... and then... suddenly were heard celestial voices seemingly emanating from its walls (as the church seemed empty without us).
An awe-inspiring beautiful church with lots to offer .. whether you're a religious person or simply spiritual, like myself
Just go and see the place by night especially after the rain falls
What a lovely place to visit in Paris. Probably not in many tourist guides so it was quiet Lovely to photograph but I didn't break my rule of photographing inside religious sites. Left a nice donation.