Discover the Treasure Room inside the Notre-Dame Cathedral !
Exceptional health measures
Given the current health crisis, your safety is our priority. Numerous specific measures have been put in place, in agreement with the communal authorities and according to the measures decreed by the federal government.
The Treasure Room is open from 2pm to 6pm (every day).
It is made up of Mosan silver work from the 13th century including major works such as the two great shrines of Our Lady and Saint-Eleuthère.
It also contains precious pieces of ivory, liturgical clothes and objects, a 14th-century tapestry, the chasuble of Thomas Becket (12th century), Archbishop of Canterbury, and the coat worn by Charles Quint when he held the chapter of Toison d’Or in 1531.
Monday to Friday from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm (ticketing closes at 5.30 pm).
Saturday, Sunday & bank holiday 2.30 pm to 6.00 pm (ticketing closes at 5.30 pm).
Closed on Monday morning
2,5€/person (2€ for groups/seniors)
ContactTREASURE ROOM (Notre-Dame Cathedral)
Place de l'Evêché 1