Church of Notre-Dame des Arts

Patrimoine culturel,

PONT-DE-L'ARCHE

Founded in the 16th century, the Gothic Flamboyant Notre-Dame-des-Arts Church in Pont-de-l’Arche conceals a wealth of treasures: besides its ornamented southern facade, take a look at the beautiful 17th and 20th century stained-glass windows, and especially the one that depicts the towing of boats, a work of art made by Martin Verel in 1605. You will also be able to see choir stalls coming from Bonport Abbey, the grand pipe organ given by King Henry IV as well as the Baroque high altar dating back to the 17th century.

Services

Sittings

  • Groups welcome