Tour de l’Horloge
A royal palace in the 14th century, the Conciergerie later became a prison. During the Reign of Terror (1793–94) alleged enemies of the...
Try to save Sainte-Chapelle for a sunny day, when Paris’ oldest, finest stained glass is at its dazzling best. Enshrined within the...
The Archaeological Crypt is under the square in front of Notre Dame. The 117m-long and 28m-wide area displays in situ the remains of...
Théâtre du Châtelet
This venue hosts concerts as well as operas, musical performances, theatre, ballet and popular Sunday-morning concerts.
This stylish eating space courtesy of Guy Savoy sits across from Notre Dame and the Seine-side booksellers. Modern but elegant décor...
cnr bd du Palais & quai de l’Horloge · interesting places nearby
Tour de l’Horloge information
The Tour de l’Horloge has held a public clock aloft since 1370. A joint ticket with Ste-Chapelle costs €11.