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Town visits
Quartier Saint-Leu d'Amiens
In the Middle Ages, water and mills set the pace of the city. Narrow streets with historical names attest to the city's past based on crafts. Today, art galleries, bookshops, boutiques and antique dealers mingle with the inhabitants of this district with its narrow and colourful houses. By foot, boat or in a horse-drawn carriage, take the time to discover Saint-Leu. Sit on a terrace to admire the Notre-Dame cathedral, or try out one of the "trendy" bars later on. Early birds will enjoy the "Water market" on Saturday morning.

Office de Tourisme d'Amiens Métropole
Tel 03 22 71 60 50

Museums and places of interest
Fonds régional d’art contemporain de Picardie
At the centre of St-Valery-sur-Somme, you can experience life in Picardy in the last century with its workshops, stalls, its 'estaminet' (small inn), school, farm... stroll along the little cobbled streets and see an impressive collection of over 6,000 tools and forty skills/trades. You can also learn how 'torchis' (cob) was made and linen produced.

45, Rue Pointin
Tel 03 22 91 66 00

Museums and places of interest
Maison de Jules Verne
After major renovation works, the "House with the Tower" in Amiens, where Jules Verne lived from 1882 to 1900, once again offers visitors a space where the imaginary world and the daily life of the famous writer mix.
This luxury 19th century mansion house witnessed the success of the writer, who wrote most of his "Extraordinary Voyages" there.
Both imposing and modest, on four levels and through over 700 objects in the Amiens Metropole collection, the house reveals the personality, sources of inspiration and memories of Jules Verne.
From the conservatory to the attic, relive the adventures of his heroes: Michel Strogoff, Phileas Fogg, Captain Nemo, etc.

2 rue Charles Dubois
Tel 03 22 45 45 75 - +33 3 22 45 45 77
"Tourisme et Handicap" Label:
Hearing handicap - Mental handicap - Motor handicap

Cathedrals, churches and abbeys
Cathédrale Notre-Dame d'Amiens
A UNESCO heritage site.
Proof of real technical genius, the Notre-Dame d'Amiens cathedral demonstrates architectural harmony. Built from 1220 to 1288, its size makes it one of the biggest Gothic buildings ever built: 145 m long, 42 m high, and a total volume of 200,000 m3. Its indoor and outdoor statuary is just as remarkable as its architecture. Since it was restored, the polychromy of its Gothic doors has become a main reference. This revelation gave rise to the "Amiens, a cathedral in colours" show, which offers a reproduction of the original medieval colours.

Place Notre Dame
Tel 03 22 71 60 50

Cathedrals, churches and abbeys
Le Trésor de la Cathédrale d'Amiens
Come on a guided tour of the Treasure room and discover the famous 'Trésor' of Notre-Dame cathedral in Amiens!
it comprises a collection of rare objects, including the showpiece "Face of John the Baptist" in its 19th century reliquary. You can also see the Votive Crown from Le Paraclet abbey, containing relics from Christ's Passion...
NB. No need to bring a camera as they are not allowed in the treasure room!

30 Place Notre-Dame
Tel +33 3 22 80 03 41

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