Église Saint-Sulpice

Place Saint-Sulpice - 75006 Paris Musée d'Orsay - Saint-Germain-des-Prés
Built in the 17th century, with foundations from the 12th century, the Eglise Saint-Sulpice is one of the biggest churches in Paris. Located in the heart of the 6th arrondissement, in the Saint-Germain-des-Près district, it is definitely worth a visit. Inside, admire the nave, the Chapelle de la Vierge with a statue of Jean-Baptiste Pigalle, the sacristy and its wood-panelling in a Louis XV style, mural paintings by Eugène Delacrois, and the large organ by Cavaillé-Coll. Another curiosity: the gnomon, (the part of a sundial which casts a shadow), with a strand of brass wire incrusted on it which represents the meridian line. Outside, from Place Saint-Sulpice, admire the beautiful facade with its two recognizable towers. The Eglise Saint-Sulpice is one of the sites in Paris where the 'Da Vinci Code' by Dan Brown, best seller in 2003, was filmed. After several months of renovation, the 3 paintings of Eugène Delacroix of the Chapelle des Saints-Anges are now accessible to the public.


Guided tour of the church at 2:30pm, every Sunday. Guided tour of the crypts on the second and fourth Sunday of the month, at 3:30pm. Tour of the upper parts of the facade (except the towers) the fourth Saturday of the month, at 2pm. Visit the Chapel of the Angels and the paintings of Delacroix on the 2nd Sunday of the month at 1pm. The tour of the crypts and the upper parts of the facade are booked by telephone +33 (0) 1 42 34 59 98 or by email [email protected] due to a limited number of spaces. Visit in English of the church at 12.45pm on the 1st Sunday of the month.

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Everyday from 7.30am to 7.30pm





Place Saint-Sulpice
75006 Paris
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Saint Sulpice, 6 Place Saint-Sulpice - 75006 Paris
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