The Chapelle expiatoire is a small chapel located in Paris’ 8th arrondissement. It is built on the original site where King Louis Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were buried following their executions in the late 18th century. Their remains are now at the Basilica Cathedral of Saint-Denis.
Are any deals, promotions, discounts or coupon codes offered for Chapelle expiatoire admission?
Yes. The Chapelle expiatoire offers free admission for the following groups:
- ALL Visitors on the first Sunday of the month (from January 1 to May 31 and November 1 to December 31) as well as on the Saturdays and Sundays of the European Heritage Days around the 3rd weekend of September
- Young people: Under 18 years of age
- European Union Nationals and Residents: Under 26 years of age
- French Teachers with the Education Pass
- Job Seekers
- Beneficiaries of social minima
- Disabled persons and one carer
- War disabled persons and one carer
- Speakers and Guide Interpreters (who meet criteria)
- Architecture Students
- Ministry of Culture and Communication card holders
- Holders of the ICOM / ICOMOS card
- Tourism professionals
- Soldiers, gendarmes & CRS
- Persons accompanying school groups
- Leaders of adult groups of 20+ persons
- Tourist coach drivers accompanying visitors
*Bring identification proof of entitlement for promotional admission. More information on required documentation can be found here.
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Is the Chapelle expiatoire included on any Paris attractions passes?
Yes. The Chapelle expiatoire is included on these Paris attractions passes:
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