Notre Dame Cathedral, Reims

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About Notre Dame Cathedral, Reims

Notre Dame Cathedral, Reims - Address, Phone Number

Address: Maison Notre Dame (opposite the tourist office) 3, Rue Guillaume de Machault, 51100 Reims

Phone: +333-26475534

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 07:30 am - 07:30 pm Details

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Reims is symbolised by Notre Dame Cathedral, a monumental Gothic structure known for its history and architecture. It reminds one of the Westminster Abbey in London, Britain, as it entails a long history of coronation of the French kings. Ensure this as the first spot of visit during your stay in Reims. The place attracts pilgrims, Christians and tourists from all over the world. The Cathedral towers shall unfold breathtaking views of Reims. Do look at Cathedral’s largest bell, the Emmanuel Bell. A visit to this Cathedral shall definitely make you experience sublime and tranquillity.

Notre Dame Cathedral Information

  • The visitors are supposed to remain silent inside Cathedral.

Notre Dame Cathedral Ticket Prices

  • Charge for visit to Treasury:- € 3 (adult), € 2 (children) 6-12.
  • Entry is free.

How To reach Notre Dame Cathedral by Public Transport

  • Nearest Metro Stations: St. Michel Notre Dame-RER B Tram Line(blue), RER C Line(yellow)

Restaurants Near Notre Dame Cathedral

  • Bertie’s Cup Cakery (0.1 km from Norte Dame Cathedral )
  • Aux Arts Etc Cafe’ Galeries(0.1 km)
  • Cheing Mai (0.3 kms ) for Thai  food.
  • Maoz Vegetarian (0.5 km) for Vegan food.

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  • Wonderful powerful, historic experience in an amazing building. Go early around 8am to avoid the crowds. So much history and such an immense structure. However in my opinion the Saint Remy Catherdal is a more moving spiritual experience. But you still MUST visit this hugely important place. I mean how many other places are you going to visit that have actually been liberated by Joan of Arc!!!!!!

  • The architecture and interior art are astounding. Personally, I think it would take ages to truly appreciate the magnificence of the entire structure. Visit more than once if you are able to during your stay, and you will definitely find something new to feast your eyes on. Restoration works are ongoing but it is still peaceful inside and visitors are very considerate and keep their volume down. Just take a moment to sit down at any chair and reflect on this wonderful relic of the past. Practical notes: -It may help if you take some brochures from the nearby tourism office to find out more about the history of the cathedral. -There are tablets which you can bring around the city with you (packaged free with the Reims city pass) which provide visual and audio info in many languages. -Inside the cathedral a small showcase of the developments of the cathedral has also been put up, with explanations in French, English, and German. -Souvenir shop is located inside. -Candles are available for silent prayer at a small contribution fee.

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  • Its a very nice and sacred place to be, the history is very entertaining and admiring.. A place where you can find peace and to added the cathedral itself is so worth to visit when u got the chance to see the light show which is so stunning and everything is dark around so you feel solemnity

  • Wow beautiful church with so much history. It was a cold day so with no heating inside we were freezing.

  • Lots of history, but a lot of it was damaged during the world wars so the original stained glass is either gone or replaced with modern glass. Very clunky structure, little light on the inside. I much prefer Chartres.

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