Hôtel de Vauluisant
This haunted-looking, Renaissance-style mansion shelters a twinset of unique museums. The Musée de l’Art Troyen is a repository for the...
Maison de l’Outil et de la Pensée Ouvrière
Worn to a sensuous lustre by generations of skilled hands, the 11,000 hand tools on display here – each designed to perform a single,...
Ruelle des Chats
Off rue Champeaux (between No 30 and 32), a stroll along tiny ruelle des Chats (Alley of the Cats), as dark and narrow as it was four...
Jazzy music and an upbeat crowd make this little wood-floored bar in the old centre a nicely chilled spot for a pre-dinner cocktail or...
Bistro de l'Artot
Matryoshka dolls peer from the shelves of this cheery red-walled bistro, run by an affable French-Russian couple. Snag a table and...
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Église St-Pantaléon information
Faded with age and all the more enigmatic for it, this Renaissance-style, cruciform church, with its vaulted wood ceiling, is a great place to see the work of the 16th-century Troyes School – check out the sculptures attached to the columns of the nave. The west facade was added in the 18th century. History sheets are available.