From the Cordeliers Chapel to the Museum
Be amazed by all the details in Marc Chagall’s masterpiece “La Paix” (The Peace) at the Cordeliers Chapel (18th Century). This colourful glass window is the biggest Chagall has ever done.
You may also take some time in the garden next to the chapel: a relaxing area where you can meditate. Get an audio guide, sit down and listen to Marc Chagall and his friends talking about the masterpiece. The visit carries on at Pays de Sarrebourg Museum. In this contemporary building, you may discover another vision of “La Paix” behind the main staircase: indeed, Yvette Cauquil-Prince’s tapestry is hanging on the wall and is inspired by Chagall’s glass window in the UN headquarters in New York.
Then, wander around the Museum to discover its collections. What will you find there? Gallo-Roman vestige found in Sarrebourg and its surroundings, an outstanding collection of earthenware and porcelain from Niderviller as well as temporary exhibition and activities for all.
Adults : 6 euros
Concessions* : 4 euros
People under 18 : Free
*Students, unemployed, groups of 10 or more people, Cezam card, Saar-Moselle tickets, …
Free entry on the first Sunday of each month.Guided tours: booking only (written request only)
Guided tour – Chagall’s Masterpiece : 30 euros (groups of 30 people maximum)
Guided tour – Museum: 30 euros (groups of 30 people maximum)
Guided tour – Chagall + Museum: 60 euros (groups of 30 people maximum)
For further information, feel free to reach out :Musée du Pays de Sarrebourg
Rue de la Paix
Tél : +33 3 87 08 08 68