Be mesmerized by Sainte Chapelle's renowned stained-glass windows, depicting captivating scenes from the Old and New Testaments, spanning 600 sq. ft. Discover its historical significance in Paris.
Transport back to 13th century at Sainte Chapelle, King Louis IX's royal chapel with religious relics. The chapel was completed in 7 years
Soar through Gothic masterpiece Sainte Chapelle - vaulted ceilings, intricate carvings, inspired by Chartres and Reims cathedrals.
Admire Sainte Chapelle's 15 breathtaking stained glass windows, depicting scenes from the Bible and lives of saints. Created with vibrant colors and intricate designs by skilled craftsmen.
Address and Location
8 Boulevard du Palais, 75001 Paris, France
Tickets and Admission
Cost €11.50 for adults (18+). Children under 18 can enter for FREE.
Guided Tours and Audio Guides
A knowledgeable guide brings the chapel’s history and significance to life
Visit nearby Palais de la Cité, once the residence of French kings, now housing Court of Cassation and Paris Police.
Discover Île de la Cité, the historic heart of Paris. Visit Sainte-Chapelle and the exterior of Notre Dame Cathedral. Explore Square du Vert-Galant and the Flower Market.
Visit nearby Musée de Cluny, housing stunning medieval art, including the Lady and the Unicorn tapestries. Explore Musée Rodin's beautiful gardens and sculptures. Plenty to see!