Erected between 1211 and 1516, Notre-Dame Cathedral of Reims, the Gothic art masterpiece where the kings of France were crowned, was one of the first monuments registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Every year it welcomes one million visitors.
It is owned by the State today, which directs the renovations and daily maintenance necessary to counter the degradations of time.






This website, created by the Grand Est Regional Office of the Ministry of Cultural Affairs, invites you to discover Notre-Dame Cathedral in four principal areas :

- History and Architecture
- Restorations: Past and Present
- Stained Glass Windows : Medieval and Contemporary Creations
- Donor and Benefactor Projects