In the heart of the Champagne region
At the crossroads of cultural and religious tourism, visiting churches opens up the possibility of discovering more about the heritage and history of the Champagne region. Places of memory, art and worship, religious buildings are also a haven of peace where you can enjoy a moment of calm in luxurious silence.
In Epernay, you will have the opportunity to visit many religious monuments and sites, most of them classified as historical monuments. In the heart of the capital of Champagne, go to the Notre-Dame church, one of the highlights of the city. Inside, the building has many works of art: stained glass, paintings and sculptures. You can take a welcome break after walking through the city center!
Churches and chapels
Their doors are open to you
All around Epernay, winegrowing villages open the doors of their churches and chapels. The churches of Saint-Hélain de Bisseuil, Saint-Georges de Damery or Saint-Martin de Chavot-Courcourt, typically Champagne, all invite you to deepen your knowledge of the architecture andcultural heritage of Champagne .
Finally, if it cannot be visited, the Saint-Pierre d’Hautvillers abbey remains symbolically the cradle of the king of wines. Now owned by Moët & Chandon, this remarkable building was once home to Dom Pierre Pérignon, to whom legend attributes the creation of Champagne wine.