From the Cordeliers chapel to the Museum
The Chapelle des Cordeliers
Contemplate every detail of Marc Chagall's monumental stained glass window "La Paix" in the Chapelle des Cordeliers (18th century). This colourful 12-metre-high stained glass window is the largest designed by Marc Chagall.
The garden adjoining the chapel is an invitation to daydream and meditate. Armed with your audio guide, sit back and let yourself be carried away by the voices of Marc Chagall and his friends.
With their words in mind, you can immerse yourself a second time in this vision of peace, all glass and metal.
The Museum of the Sarrebourg Region
Housed in a contemporary setting, the museum is a treasure trove of art and history. Walk around the great circular staircase and you'll discover a different vision of "Peace". After the stained glass window, here is a tapestry by Yvette Cauquil-Prince, based on a stained glass window by Chagall installed at the ONU headquarters in New York. Keep your eyes peeled! Many of the motifs are the same as those in the stained glass window!
After that, take a stroll through the museum's other collections. What can you find there? Archaeological and historical remains from Sarrebourg and the surrounding area, and a large collection of earthenware and porcelain from the Niderviller factory.
- Standard rate: 6 euros
- Reduced rate*: €4
- Under 18s: free
The Parcours Chagall is open to all free of charge on the first Sunday of the month, all year round.
* Students, unemployed, groups of 10 or more, Cezam card, Ticket Saar-Moselle...
Guided tour of Chagall or archaeological collections or production of the Niderviller factory or temporary exhibition:
- Group up to and including 9 people: 30€/group*.
- Group from 10 people: 3€/person*.
* in addition to the price of the entrance ticket and by reservation only, rate applies to visitors aged 16 and over (except school groups)