> Panorama XXL This Seine-side giant rotunda features huge circular paintings created by the German artist Yadegar Asisi. Unique in France, the current exhibit is Gothic Rouen as it would have looked in Joan of Arc’s day.
> Historial Jeanne d'Arc Rouen honours the martyr Joan of Arc with this important new state-of-the-art museum. The setting is appropriate, given that the Salle de l’Officialité was where Joan was tried in 1431, when the English ruled Normandy, although it was French clergymen who condemned the Maid of Orleans to death. The same chamber witnessed her posthumous rehabilitation at a second trial, held in 1456, when the French authorities were firmly back in control of Normandy.
> Notre-Dame Cathedral This exceptionally complex church is renowned for the juxtaposition of all the periods of Gothic, especially on the facade, which the artist Monet painted time and again, reflecting its glory in different lights. The interior is packed with religious and artistic points of interest. The archbishop's palace and further Gothic buildings attached to the cathedral have also survived, adding to the fascination of this historic quarter.
> Le Gros-Horloge This massive clock tower makes one of the most remarkable sights in Rouen, straddling the main shopping street through the centre of town. Take a journey through time by visiting the inside of this tower.