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Automobile Museum is a motor museum located in Reims. It was founded in 1985 to house the collection of Philippe Charbonneaux. It houses the fifth largest vehicle collection in France, with 230 cars dating from 1908.

3W Gallery is a Gallery Located in the Boulingrin district, at 27 rue Henri IV, it opened its doors in January 2015 and presents a selection of contemporary works (paintings, sculptures, engravings).

The Planetarium the key component of the Planetarium’s extensive technical equipment is a highly advanced projector, which uses precise scientific data to reprodice the stars on a dome-shaped screen. As well as the 6,000 stars visble to the naked eye, the specific movements of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, the Sun and the Moon can also be observed.

Museum of the Surrender: Museum commemorating the end of World War II in Europe at the actual site of surrender. Address: 12 Rue du Président Franklin Roosevelt, 51100 Reims, France

The museum of Fine Arts conserves one of the most prestigious collections of the museums of France. You will be able to see the most important artistic movements from the 16th century to the 20th century, through paintings, sculptures, and furniture and art objects too.

Cathedral of Reims Cathedral of Reims is the outstanding handling of new architectural techniques in the 13th century, and the harmonious marriage of sculptural decoration with architecture, has made Notre-Dame in Reims one of the masterpieces of Gothic art. The former abbey still has its beautiful 9th-century nave, in which lie the remains of Archbishop St Rémi (440–533), who instituted the Holy Anointing of the kings of France. The former archiepiscopal palace known as the Tau Palace, which played an important role in religious ceremonies, was almost entirely rebuilt in the 17th century.

The Pompelle Fort played an important role in the 1914-1918 war. It was built in 1883 as part of Reims’ defences on the designs of General Séré de Rivières after the Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871). It was the only fort to remain in the hands of the allied forces during WWI and protected city of Reims. Reconverted into a museum, Fort de la Pompelle contains an important military collections, of which the unique Friese collection of 560 items of headgear that belonged to the German imperial army. For the Centenary of the Great War, the site of the Fort de la Pompelle underwent significant restorations and renovations from 2013 to 2016, while the museography was redesigned.

The Porte Mars is an ancient Roman triumphal arch in Reims, France. It dates from the third century AD, and was the widest arch in the Roman world. At the time of its construction, Porte de Mars would have been one of four arches which would have led to the Gallo-Roman settlement of Durocortorum, as Reims was then known. The Arch is 32 metres long and 13 metres high. It consists of three arches with eight Corinthian columns. It was named after a nearby temple to Mars. The arch has many highly detailed carvings on its exterior and on the ceilings of its three passageways. The ceilings are adorned with friezes portraying ancient legends, including that of Remus and Romulus and Leda and the Swan.

Palace of Tau Residence of the bishops and then the archbishops of Reims, this palace is now the museum of the architectural construction of the cathedral. Visitors can still see how the palace was in the 16th century and certain originals of the earliest statues from the cathedral are still in place. The displays include the history of royal coronations from 1223 – 1825, 15th and 16th century tapestries in the Salle du Tau, the robes of the coronation in the Charles X room, the hall of small statues, the hall of Goliath (the cathedral’s largest statue) and of the Crowning of the Virgin and of course the treasury, where unique pieces from different coronations are displayed.

St-Remi Basilica is Romanesque-Gothic abbey church has been built in the 11th century in order to house the holy ampulla and the relics of Saint Remi, the bishop who baptized Clovis in 498. St-Remi Basilica is a collection of history and art which should not be missed, with its Roman and Gothic spans, the collection of 16th century statues surrounding St Remi’s tomb and the retable used for three christenings.