Crypte de la Cathédrale

Historic site and monument ,  Cathedral at Chartres

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Office de Tourisme de Chartres
Office de Tourisme de Chartres
Office de Tourisme de Chartres
  • Recognised as a listed monument in 1979, Chartres cathedral boasts an exceptional collection of 12-13th-century windows and sculptures. The Romanesque crypt is one of the longest in Europe, and houses some original frescoes alongside some contemporary glass works.

    Under the cathedral, accessible via the South Door, this crypt is the longest and largest in France. Guided visits are available to see this iconic site, and the times are indicated below.

  • Spoken languages
    • English
    • Japanese
Services
  • Activities
    • Special theme activity
    • Lectures
    • Temporary exhibitions
  • Services
    • Boutique
  • Rates
  • Adult
  • Free
  • Reduce rate
  • Adult
  • Reduce rate
Openings
  • From June 22, 2018
    until September 21, 2018
  • From November 1, 2018
    until March 31, 2019
  • Monday
    11:00 11:45
    17:15 18:00
  • Tuesday
    11:00 11:45
    17:15 18:00
  • Wednesday
    11:00 11:45
    17:15 18:00
  • Thursday
    11:00 11:45
    17:15 18:00
  • Friday
    11:00 11:45
    17:15 18:00
  • Saturday
    11:00 11:45
    17:15 18:00
  • Sunday
    17:15
    18:00
  • * Recognised as a listed monument in 1979, Chartres cathedral boasts an exceptional collection of 12-13th-century windows and sculptures. The Romanesque crypt is one of the longest in Europe, and houses some original frescoes alongside some contemporary glass works.
  • Monday
    11:00 12:00
    16:15 17:15
  • Tuesday
    11:00 12:00
    16:15 17:15
  • Wednesday
    11:00 12:00
    16:15 17:15
  • Thursday
    11:00 12:00
    16:15 17:15
  • Friday
    11:00 12:00
    16:15 17:15
  • Saturday
    11:00 12:00
    16:15 17:15
  • Sunday
    16:15
    17:15
  • * Recognised as a listed monument in 1979, Chartres cathedral boasts an exceptional collection of 12-13th-century windows and sculptures. The Romanesque crypt is one of the longest in Europe, and houses some original frescoes alongside some contemporary glass works.