Église Notre Dame

Bordeaux's Notre Dame Church

The Église Notre-Dame (also called Saint-Dominique) is a church that was constructed in the Baroque style at the end of the 17th century (1684- 1707), now hidden in Place du Chapelet behind the Grand Hotel.

The Church was listed as a historic monument on the 18th of May 1908. The fact that the church is tucked away out of sight makes it a real hidden gem, and it’s definitely worth seeking out.

From 1971 to 1981, the church was closed after the collapse of part of the interior arches. In 1982 the church was repaired and then completely restored to its former beauty by the ‘Service des Monument Historiques’ re-exposing the original stone work.

Notre-Dame sits on a quiet square, where the buzz of the busy streets on all sides descends into a peaceful hum.

LOCAL TIP: The closest Tram stop is Line B : Grand Theatre


Place de la Comédie
Place des Quinconces
Rue Sainte-Catherine

La Toque Cuivreé – Rue Sainte Catherine
Bar à Vin – CIVB
Le Murano

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1 Place du Chapelet,
33000 Bordeaux
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