Monuments and Cultural Heritage
in VIREUX MOLHAIN

Collégiale Saint-Ermel

This collegiate church was founded in 752 by Dame Ada, under the protection of Pépin le Bref. It has: a series of funerary slabs, decoration and furniture representative of the Italian Renaissance, admirable polychrome wooden statues from the XNUMXth century and a XNUMXth century altarpiece which adorn the building. Free visit of the collegiate church by picking up the keys at the Val d'Ardenne tourist office.
Classified as a historic monument in 1963. History has it that Pepin the Short was buried under the original church. The pre-Romanesque crypt is a magnificent example of Carolingian architecture. The site is open all year round, on request from the Vireux-Wallerand tourist office – place du château. Please note: Val d'Ardenne tourist office opening: From April to September: Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 13 p.m. and from 14 p.m. to 18 p.m. From October to March: Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 13 p.m. and from 14 p.m. to 17 p.m.
We speak: French, English, Dutch

Themes:

  • Collegiate

Visit

Minimum group size: 15 people
Minimum group size: 50 people

Customers

Suitable for: Adolescents, Adults, Associations, Other established groups, Works councils, Children, Students/schoolchildren, Families, Journalists, Pilgrims, Professionals, Hikers, Seminars, Athletes, All audiences, Senior citizens

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Services

Equipments

  • Parking
  • Access for disabled

Services

  • Pet Friendly

Activities on site

  • Guided tour

Address

Rue Gambetta
08320 VIREUX MOLHAIN
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