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Palais du Tau, Reims

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World heritage site · Architectural Building · Historic Site
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Formerly the palace of the archbishop, Palais du Tau houses a huge collection of tapestries and robes worn during the coronation of 32 French kings from the 11th century to Charles X in 1825. Several statues that were rescued and restored from the cathedral's façade are available for you to view, and the second floor has a terrific view of the cathedral. Planning Reims trip won't be overwhelming when you use Inspirock's itinerary maker.
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  • After checking the website for hours we made train reservations from Paris to visit here and the cathedral-two places high on my husband’s wish list. Lunch hours were posted as 12:30-2:00. We arrived....  more
    After checking the website for hours we made train reservations from Paris to visit here and the cathedral-two places high on my husband’s wish list. Lunch hours were posted as 12:30-2:00. We arrived....  more »
  • The Palais du Tau (the 'Tau' being a reference to the Greek letter 'T' as the building is shaped as such) is well worth a visit for anyone interested in French history, in particular the country's... 
    The Palais du Tau (the 'Tau' being a reference to the Greek letter 'T' as the building is shaped as such) is well worth a visit for anyone interested in French history, in particular the country's...  more »
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  • Wow, I've been through a lot of feelings going through this place with a great historical load. If you are a fan of history, I recommend you to visit this place, it is the place where the kings were crowned, you can discover a multitude of personal objects of the royal family, clothes, jewelry. The location is impressive as a building, also right next to the cathedral. Everything is impeccable, mysterious, well maintained.
  • Great artifact collection. Worth getting the audio guide because all the exhibit descriptions are in French. I would recommend getting a combined ticket because entry price is 8 Euros.

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