Petit Futé's opinion on ÉGLISE SAINT-EUSTACHE
The church of Saint-Eustache required more than a century of work (1532-1640). It was built on the edge of the Jardin des Halles. The church has a Gothic structure with Renaissance decoration and a facade dating from the 18th century. The gate on Rambuteau Street is surmounted by turrets and offers another entrance for visitors. This vast church has twenty-four chapels, which contain paintings and sculptures from different periods. Within its walls, one can admire a triptych by Keith Haring (20th century) and the tomb of Colbert fashioned by Coysevox and Tuby after Le Brun (17th century). In the choir, there are beautiful original stained glass windows, as well as an organ with eight thousand pipes, installed in 1854. Note that concerts are frequently given in this church, which has excellent acoustics. A mass with organ and choir is held every Sunday. The superb view towards the church is completely renewed with the inauguration, a few months ago, of the nearby garden.
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Open all year round. Monday to Friday from 9.30 am to 7 pm; weekends and holidays from 9 am to 7 pm. Free of charge. Animations.
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