Musée d’Art et d’Histoire Baron Gérard
Opened in 2013, this is one of France’s most gorgeously presented provincial museums. The exquisite exhibitions cover everything from...
Conservatoire de la Dentelle
Lacemaking, brought to Bayeux by nuns in 1678, once employed 5000 people. The industry is long gone, but at the Conservatoire you can...
Cathédrale Notre Dame
Most of Bayeux’ spectacular Norman Gothic cathedral dates from the 13th century, though the crypt (take the stairs on the north side of...
La Reine Mathilde
This sumptuously decorated patisserie and salon de thé (tearoom), ideal for a sweet breakfast or a relaxing cup of afternoon tea,...
38-40 rue des Cuisiniers · interesting places nearby
Le Pommier information
At this romantic restaurant, delicious Norman classics include steamed pollock and Caen-style tripe. A vegetarian menu – a rarity in Normandy – is also available, with offerings such as gratinée of polenta with grilled vegetables. Start things off with a refreshing calvados cocktail.