All that remains of the former Benedictine abbey is the abbot’s residence, the cloister with its elaborate sculpted decoration and the convent church. The church features elements from the Romanesque era alongside tombs, statues and 19th-century and contemporary stained glass windows.
Click here to see our walking tour of the religious heritage in the city centre.
- Opening hours: from 9am to 6.30pm, Monday to Saturday (except Wednesday from 10am to 6.30pm) and from 2pm to 6.30pm on Sunday.
- Getting there by metro: line a and b, Sainte-Anne station | By bus: lines C1, C5 and 9, Sévigné stop (from 24 October 2022: lines C1, C3, 10 and 12, Sévigné stop) | By car: parking at Place Saint-Melaine and Hoche | By coach: 2 reserved spaces, Place Saint-Melaine
- Accessible to people with reduced mobility. Entrance via the Thabor park, at the level of the church transept.