The Théâtre de Lillebonne, built in the 1st century and transformed during the 2nd and 3rd centuries, is a symbole of Haute-Normandie and one of the biggest...Read more
The oldest Jewish monument in Western Europe is also known as "Maison Sublime" (the Sublime House). An important heritage and architectural treasure built...Read more
Memorial commemorating the attack of September 1944.
Built in the 12th century, Saint Julien Chapel is an exceptional example of Romanesque architecture in Normandy. It holds frescoes dating back to the 12th...Read more
Boucane is a local term used to describe the workshops where herrings were smoked and prepared using traditional techniques. The last boucane closed in...Read more
In the heart of the limestone cliffs of the Alabaster Coast and a few kilometres away from where the Dieppe Raid took place, the Kahl-Bürg is located 60...Read more
La Val Ygot at the heart of the Eawy Forest is home tot the V1 bomber launching site with its shelters, workshops and launching pad. Created in 1943, it...Read more
Gallo-Roman setting. A sanctuary and small Gallo-roman town. Excavation site. Observe the work of the archaeologists during your visit.
19th century theatre situated place d'Orléans.