Cathedrale Saint Etienne Chalons En Champagne © Jean Côme NicolleCathedrale Saint Etienne Chalons En Champagne © Jean Côme Nicolle
©Cathedrale Saint Etienne Chalons En Champagne © Jean Côme Nicolle|Jean-Côme Nicolle

Saint-Etienne Cathedral

From Romanesque to Gothic to Baroque styles, Saint-Etienne Cathedral is shaped by over 700 years of history, extensions, alterations, demolitions and reconstructions. It is flooded with an exceptional luminosity thanks to its windows spanning across 3 levels.

2 hours
All year long
From 160
max 30 pers.

The programme

for this tour

Saint-Etienne Cathedral was built between the 12th and 17th centuries. It provides visitors with a fascinating insight into the architectural evolution of the cathedral over five centuries. Indeed, its construction began in a Romanesque style, followed by Gothic, and finally Baroque.

Discover the cathedral’s many treasures including:

  • Exceptional stained glass dating back to the 12th century
  • Ledger stones
  • A painting depicting the consecration of the cathedral by Pope Eugene III
  • The organ cabinet installed in 1849

What's more

700 years of history and evolution

Bay windows on 3 levels providing exceptional luminosity

Stunning stained-glass windows from the 12th to the 19th century

Practical information


Tour/2 hoursAll year round
From Mondays to Saturdays, for up to 30 people€160
Sundays and public holidays€185

Please request 2 guides for groups of 30 people and over.

Meeting point: 

At the Tourist Office (unless otherwise stated in your contract)

Arriving by coach? Where to park:

Drop-off point: Rue de la Marne, in front of the cathedral
Parking: Rue du Général Jansen

Do you have a question?


Geoffrey Ptaszek

+33 (0)3 26 65 35 62

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