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At 40 minutes from Chartres this chapel is ideal to include in a day trip. This beautiful neo-classical building (built in 1816 and expanded by Louis Phillippe I, king of France) holds a wealth of stained glass and sculpture. Louis consults the Manufacture de Sèvres...More
Thank Bram C
Thierry P, Responsable commercial at Chapelle Royale St-Louis, responded to this reviewResponded 28 July 2016
Thanks for your advise , and we're glad of your positive visit. Hope to see you soon again .
I wanted to see the inside so bad but they are not open even on Saturdays:( Very disappointed. I wish everyone would post open/close dates/hours on their Tripadvisor sites!More
Thank Julie R
Thierry P, Responsable relations clients at Chapelle Royale St-Louis, responded to this reviewResponded 17 March 2016
We're sorry of this disapointement , effectly the chapel is closed between october and march . Only groups of 20 people and more can visit on booking in advance .
Now the opening times appeare on tripadvisor .
We hope to see you again during...More
The village of Dreux has a rich history that included being the location of a Celtic tribe and a Roman fortification. By the 18th century, the chapel was established by the Duke of Penthièvre as a family burial place. Over the next century, the chapel...More
Dreux is a smallish town West of Paris with some interesting old half timbered buildings and churches but without doubt the jewel in the crown is the Chapelle Royale , perched above the town it looks impressive from the outside and when you have climbed...More