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The Cathedral and the Great War

The Cathedral and the Great War
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Protected against the onslaught of the armies, Notre-Dame cathedral remains today a place of remembrance for this terrible conflict.



Memorials to the fallen, commemorative plaques and tributes to troops from all over the world testify to the importance of remembrance, for which Notre Dame has become a symbol.



2018 Prices

• €115 for a maximum of 30 people, with a guide accredited by the Ministry of Culture.
• €5 per extra person, with a second guide for over 30 people.
• €82 for a maximum of 20 people.
• €80 for a maximum of 30 children in a school group.
• Supplement on Sundays and public holidays and for foreign language visits or late hours after 7 pm: €29 per guide.


Cathedral opening hours:

8:30 am to 6:15 pm from 1 April to 30 September
8:30 am to 5:15 pm from 1 October to 31 March


Notre-Dame d’Amiens Cathedral is not available for group visits on Saturday afternoons, Sunday mornings, or while religious services are taking place. The stalls and towers are not included in visits.