Sainte Chapelle Tickets, Paris

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Sainte Chapelle Tickets highlights

  • Turn through the pages of history as you visit Sainte Chapelle, where the walls tell tales of French kings, religious relics, and medieval luxury.

  • Be dazzled by the mesmerizing stained glass windows that adorn the chapel, depicting intricate scenes from the Bible.

  • Marvel at the architectural masterpiece, with its soaring ceilings, delicate tracery, and intricate stone carvings that showcase the best of Gothic design.

  • Walk in the corridors where kings and saints used to walk as you enter the chapel that once housed the sacred relic of ‘Christ's Crown of Thorns’.

  • Reserve your spot by booking last-minute entrance tickets for this otherwise sold-out attraction.

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Sainte Chapelle
Timings: 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM


10 Bd du Palais, 75001 Paris, France

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  • If cancellation is made 1 days or more before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
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About Sainte Chapelle:

The Sainte-Chapelle, built in the middle of the 13th century by Louis IX, the future Saint Louis, is a beautiful part of the ‘Palace of the City’, in Paris. The chapel is a specimen of Gothic architecture. Here, you can marvel at 15-meter high stained glass windows that cast a kaleidoscope of colors upon the awe-inspiring interior. The two levels of this chapel are a treasure trove of history and culture. The magical acoustics of this architectural marvel during captivating musical performances are nothing short of magical.

About Sainte Chapelle Tickets:

  • Explore the captivating beauty of Sainte-Chapelle, an architectural marvel, built in the medieval era.
  • Learn about the fascinating origins of the place as a sacred place that once held the ‘Christ's Crown of Thor’.
  • Look up in wonder at the towering ceilings adorned with intricate detailing, showcasing the craftsmanship of the early artisans.
  • Admire the mesmerizing pattern of colors as you gaze upon the stunning stained glass windows, each depicting biblical and historical scenes.
  • Get to know about the story of the world, according to the Bible, as you see 15 windows of 1113 scenes from the Old and New Testament.
  • Wander through the enchanting halls of the ‘Palais de la Cité’, once the residence of French kings, and relish the rich history that surrounds you.
  • Understand the dual role of the attraction, serving as both a place of worship for the royal family and a symbol of political power.
  • Book your tickets for Sainte Chapelle and get a chance to enjoy the enchanting acoustics of Sainte-Chapelle during special musical performances.

How to Reach?

  • By Car: The chapel is located 1 km from the city center. It will take you 9 min via the Rue de la Cité route to reach the location.
  • By Metro: Take a metro to Cité which is 190 meters away from the attraction. You can reach the activity location from the station on foot within 2 minutes.

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Sainte Chapelle Tickets faqs

What is unique about the Sainte-Chapelle?

The unique thing about Sainte Chapelle is that it was built on Paris' Ile de la Cité with reverence for Christian relics such as the Crown of Thorns and a part of the True Cross, and was dedicated to Christ's crucifixion. It was built in the 13th century by King Saint-Louis to store his collection of sacred relics, and the stained glass windows in the Sainte-Chapelle are among the most spectacular in the world.

What can you do at the Sainte Chapelle?

Sainte Chapelle is a royal chapelle which represents Gothic-style architecture that dates back to the 13th century. There are several excellent things that you can do at the Sainte Chapelle:

 - Explore the picturesque wall paintings and beautiful decorations that will leave you awestruck.The architecture of Sainte Chapelle is a remarkable work of art.

 - You can also enjoy the classical concerts that are held thrice a week.

 - Explore the lower and upper chapelle.

 - Adore the beauty of 82 petal rose windows that was added in the 15th century.

 - Take a riverside walking tour with your friends and watch amazing views.

 - You can also purchase gifts from Sainte Chapelle gift store.

How do I get into Sainte Chapelle?

You can reach Sainte Chapelle by metro, rail or by bus.

By Metro: Take the Line 4 and stop at Cite or take lines 1/7/11/14 and stop at Chatelet.

By Rail: Take the RER B/C and stop at Saint-Michel. From Saint-Michel, cross the bridge and enter the City island. Sainte Chapelle is in the middle of the island.

By Bus: You can opt for bus numbers 21,27,38,85,96 or the Belabus

Is the audio commentary available in the Saint Chapel?

Yes, audio commentary is available in the Sainte Chapelle.

How old is the stained glass in Sainte-Chapelle?

The Sainte-Chapelle boasts one of the world's largest collections of 13th century stained glass that you can view with your Sainte Chapelle Tickets. 

How big is the Sainte-Chapelle?

Sainte-Chapelle's measures 56 feet broad by 118 feet long on the surface. In terms of height, it is the tallest Gothic cathedral in France, measuring 139 feet without the steeple.

How many stained glass windows are in Sainte-Chapelle?

There are as many as 15 stained glass windows in Sainte-Chapelle.

Is there a dress code for Sainte Chapelle?

No, there is no such dress code for Sainte Chapelle. However, we advise you to dress decently as Sainte Chapelle is a religious place. Women must avoid short tops,dresses, t-shirts and men must avoid ripped jeans, shorts, hot pants during the visit.

Is Sainte Chapelle worth visiting?

Yes, Sainte Chapelle is definitely worth visiting. The beauty of Sainte Chapelle is breathtaking and will take you back to the past. Every year, Sainte Chapelle is visited by more than a million tourists from all over the world. It took 7 years to build and was built on the order of King Saint - Louis.

It is popular for its wide collection of 13th century oldest stained glass windows in the world that cover the upper Chapelle. These windows are an amazing combination of blue, red, green, yellow and purple colours. You will also see 18 petal rose windows that were added in the 15th century. You will also know about King Louis IX and can also enjoy classical music in the Sainte-Chapelle.

Which are the famous churches in Paris?

1. Notre Dame: The Notre Dame Cathedral is without a doubt one of Paris's most popular tourist attractions. History buffs will enjoy the exquisite Gothic carvings and stunning views of the Seine River from this 12th-century landmark.

2. La Sainte Chapelle: In addition to being a well-known landmark in Paris, this mid-13th century cathedral features some of the outstanding stained glass windows and panels of the period. If you'd want to see some mediaeval Christian artefacts or more than 1,000 biblical images, you can do so at this location, which includes Christ's crown of thorns.

3. Saint-Eustache Parish: Over the course of a century, the parish of Saint-Eustache was built. Because of its enormous size, it is more like a cathedral than a church in comparison to other churches. Verdi and other notable composers have used the 346-foot-long organ with 8,000 pipes to exhibit their compositions in the past.

4.Sacre Coeur Basilica: The Sacre Coeur Basilica in Paris is a well-known landmark. From its elevation atop Montmartre's butte, visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the city. One of the world's largest mosaics can be found here, and it also features a crypt that visitors can explore.

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