A host of sites steeped in history await you as you set out to discover or rediscover the wealth and diversity of Champagne’s historic heritage. Get ready to discover these historic treasures.
A masterpiece of Gothic architecture inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, it is the most visited site in Reims.
Continue your illustrious trip by visiting the Palais du Tau, the former Archbishop's Palace in Reims and a residence of visiting kings.
Located in our own district, the fort is an important museum commemorating the First World War. Newly renovated, it houses an impressive collection.
Overlooking a “sea of vines”, just 6 minutes from the guest house, brave the 101 steps of the lighthouse before visiting the Vine Ecomuseum which it houses.
A jewel of Art Nouveau and Art Deco, the Villa Demoiselle is an architectural symbol of the nearby city of Reims.
The Champagne Wine and Regional Archeology Museum is located in the Château Perrier, a 19th century building classified as a Historic Monument since 2013. Located on the famous Avenue de Champagne, it houses more than 100,000 archaeological and viticultural pieces. wineries.