Museum in Reims
Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the former Saint-Rémi Royal Abbey stands as a splendid example of Neoclassical architectural brilliance. Its significance is rooted in safeguarding the Holy Ampulla, a revered consecrated ointment employed in anointing monarchs during their coronation rites.
The Saint-Rémi Royal Abbey edifice now hosts the Musée Saint-Rémi, housing assortments dedicated to regional history up until the Renaissance epoch. It encompasses the evolution of the abbey’s structures, the military chronicles of France spanning from ancient eras to the 19th century, and Gallo-Roman artifacts hailing from the ancient city of Durocortorum, modern-day Reims.
This museum constitutes one of the premier destinations to explore the narrative of Reims’ history.
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Visiting Musée Saint-Rémi
Daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.