Hôtel de Vauluisant
This haunted-looking, Renaissance-style mansion, which looks as though it has been to sleep for 100 years, houses two unique museums:...
Musée de la Bonneterie
The Hosiery Museum showcases the sock-strewn story of Troyes’ 19th-century knitting industry, with exhibits from knitting machines and...
Musée de l’Art Troyen
Redesigned in 2009, the Museum of Troyes Art features the evocative paintings, stained glass and statuary (stone and wood) of the Troyes...
Café de l’Union
Venerable old-town cafe with a perfect people-watching terrace.
La Table de François
Crisp white linen, brick walls and high-back chairs create a backdrop of understated elegance at this bistro. The menu delivers spot-on...
Lonely Planet review
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.