Théâtre Gabrielle Dorziat
Crowned by a fairy-tale silver spire, this late 19th-century church bears Romanesque and Gothic influences and is lit from within by a...
Hôtel de Ville
In the neoclassical Hôtel de Ville built in 1850 for the French architect Victor Lenoir. You can take a peek at the ornate, Louis...
Everyone who visits Moët & Chandon invariably stops to strike a pose next to the statue of Dom Pérignon (c 1638–1715), after whom...
La Fine Bulle
This is a smart Champagne bar, boutique and restaurant rolled into one. Each week there are five/six (€15/18) Champagnes available for...
Sidling up to Épernay’s theatre, Le Théâtre raises a curtain on a delightfully old-school brasserie with splashes of high-ceilinged art...
Théâtre Gabrielle Dorziat information
The north side of Théâtre Gabrielle Dorziat, built in 1902, still shows shell and bullet marks from WWII.