The revolution claimed the lives of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, but memories of their reign and their fall can be felt inside. While they have since been moved to the Basilica of St. Denis, their original resting place was close to the current chapel. Neoclassical design and a dome at the center of a Greek cross give a visually stunning atmos...
- * Entrance to the Expiatory Chapel
- * Free downloadable booklet available in French, English, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch and Russian
- * Guided tour
- * The chapel closes between 12:30 and 13:30 * No dogs allowed inside, except service dogs Free: Under 18s, EU visitors 18-25, disabled visitors + carer, job seekers (with proof of less than 6 months), Education Pass holders. On the day of your visit, please show your Tiqets' smartphone ticket at the entrance. * [Download your booklet here](http://chapelle-expiatoire-paris.fr/en/Prepare-for-your-visit/Offers-and-services#9fbb672d61f80756a4417ecca0067419 "Download your booklet here")
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