Musée des Beaux-Arts
Chartres’ fine-arts museum, accessed via the gate next to Cathédrale Notre Dame’s north portal, is in the former Palais Épiscopal...
Cathédrale Notre Dame Crypt
The 100m crypt of Cathédrale Notre Dame , a tombless Romanesque structure built in 1024 around a 9th-century predecessor, is the largest...
Cathédrale Notre Dame Tours
Guided tours in English of the Cathédrale Notre Dame with Chartres expert Malcolm Miller depart from the cathedral shop.
Its location opposite the cathedral ensures this traditional brasserie and salon de thé – one of the oldest in Chartres – is always...
place St-André · interesting places nearby
Collégiale St-André information
From rue Cardinal Pie, the stairways Tertre St-Nicolas and rue Chantault – the latter lined with medieval houses (number 29 is the oldest house in Chartres) – lead down to the empty shell of the 12th-century Collégiale St-André, a Romanesque collegiate church closed in 1791 and severely damaged in the early 19th century and again in 1944. It's now an exhibition centre.