> Palais of Justice : adjacent to the Cathedral, it is in the former Episcopal palace, in Louis Xlll style.
> L'hôtel du Haut Doyenné: a very fine 18th century building in stone and brick built in Classical style. It was the former residence of the Haut Doyen, the second most important religious figure after the bishop.
> The Château de Saint-Germain-de-Livet: just south of Lisieux, this castle, known as ‘the Wonder of the Pays d'Auge’, is now owned by the town of Lisieux. A little fortress nestling in the bottom of a valley, it is a veritable 16th century architectural gem, with its coloured, patterned stones and green-varnished bricks. The interiors are embellished with 16th century frescoes and with 18th and 19th century furniture. Numerous drawings and paintings are on show from the Riesener Collection, one of whose representatives was a cousin of Delacroix.
> CERZA animal park: (at Hermival-les-Vaux) 500 wild animals in an area of over 50 hectares (123 acres). A Safari Train takes visitors on tours of the park.