Monuments and gardens
LIGNY EN BARROIS
The 22-metre Valéran Tower is all that remains of the fortified outer wall which protected the Counts of Ligny's castle. The tower remains the most...
LOUPPY SUR LOISON
LOUPPY SUR LOISON'S CASTLE
This 17th-century Renaissance château was built for Simon II de Pouilly, Military Governor of Stenay, in his capacity as representative of the Duchy...
BAR LE DUC
Bar-le-Duc, remembering the glorious days of the old Duchy of Bar and Lorraine, invites you to take a stroll through the Upper Town, one of the most...
MONT DEVANT SASSEY
EGLISE NOTRE-DAME DE L'ASSOMPTION
Built in magnificent scenery, on a wooded spur of rock in the Meuse Hills that is an outcrop of the Argonne area, the 12th-century Notre-Dame church...
12th-century Premonstratensian abbey rebuilt in the 18th century in Stainville between Ménil-sur-Saulx and Juvigny-en-Perthois. The remaining parts...
ST. REMY’S CHURCH
A fortified church (12th - 16th centuries) laid out as a museum of fortified churches in Meuse. For school groups, there are traditional guided...
BAR LE DUC
ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH
This church, dedicated to St. Stephen, is an elegant Flamboyant Gothic building with a few Renaissance details. It contains some ornate furnishings...
EGLISE ABBATIALE OF LACHALADE
Former Cistercian abbey founded in the early 12th century. Magnificent rose window from St. Vannes' Abbey in Verdun. Open by arrangement.
Come and explore the citadel in Montmédy. See the museum (musée de la fortification), the Jules Bastien-Lepage museum and the parapet walkway, a...
COUSANCES AU BOIS
LES JARDINS D'INGRID
This 40-are garden has aromatic plants, rare and decorative plants, plants used to make tinctures and medicines, culinary herbs, wild plants and a...
DUGNY SUR MEUSE
This church, designed in the Rhenish Romanesque style, was built near a stream in an old village. Between the 15th and 16th centuries, it was given a...
BEAULIEU EN ARGONNE
PRESSOIR DE BEAULIEU
Housed in a brick building, the abbey's old wine press is a historic monument in its own right. It was in use until the end of the 19th century. It...