Parc de Champagne
Park in Reims
Inaugurated in 1910 under the guidance of the Pommery Champagne House’s director, this park was conceived by the Reims-native landscape architect Edouard Redont. It seamlessly blends a picturesque landscaped environment with a plethora of sports and open-air recreational offerings. The park served as a prestigious venue for significant gatherings until its unfortunate destruction amid the ravages of the First World War. Following its acquisition by the city of Reims, extensive restoration efforts were undertaken. While preserving the park’s original blueprint, various historical structures still grace its expanse. Encompassing a captivating array of trees, the park stands as a testament to nature’s splendor. Visitors can embark on a self-guided exploration, immersing themselves in its tranquil ambiance and storied past.
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