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The Cathedral and the Belfry, UNESCO World Heritage sites

The Cathedral and the Belfry, UNESCO World Heritage sites
© CDT Somme - Alba Bayès

One visit, two monuments.
Less well-known than Notre-Dame, Amiens’ Belfry has stood in Place au Fil since the 12th century.

It symbolises the independence of the municipality of Amiens from feudal power. The city’s first town hall, it is known for having been a prison. The climb up the hundred or so steps provides access to the terrace, which offers panoramic view over the town and the 18th-century campanile.

DURATION OF VISIT > 2 hr

The combined “Cathedral and Belfry” visit is organised alternately with mini-groups of a maximum of 18 people maximum.

 

2018 Prices :

• €118 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.
• Option: €1 per person admission fee to the Belfry.

Cathedral opening times

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

 

The Cathedral of Notre-Dame d'Amiens is not open to group visits on Saturday afternoon, Sunday morning, or during religious services. Access to the stalls and towers are not included in the guided tours.

 

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