What to expect
Whether you're visiting beautiful Reims for just a few hours or staying for a much longer visit, you'll be eager to discover this historic city's rich heritage
. With a Reims City Pass
in your pocket, it's all made so simple! The City Pass gives you free access to a dozen of the most renowned sights in the city, including the Foujita Chapel
with its sublime frescoes and the regal Palace of Tau
, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
. Wherever you want to go, and whichever sights you choose, your Reims City Pass makes travel simple, with unlimited trips on bus and tram services throughout Reims for the entire time your City Pass is valid. The Reims City Pass also gives access to free guided tours and provides discounts on a wide range of products and activities.
Collection of the City Pass on presentation of your coupon on smartphone or in print:
Office de Tourisme du Grand Reims at 6 Rue Rockefeller.
||Opening hours of the Tourist Office of Greater Reims
|October to March
||Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm.
Sundays and public holidays from 10am to 12.30pm and from 1.30pm to 5pm
|April to September
||Monday to Saturday 9am to 7pm
Sunday and holidays 10am to 6pm
City Pass de Reims In a few words
Visit unique places and learn more about their exciting history with the City Pass Reims. It is available in 24, 48 and 72 hour versions from its first use. Reims city centre is relatively small, so you can easily walk around. Some places like the Planetarium are more remote but are easily accessible by public transport. These are completely free with your City Pass Reims. In addition to this free admission on bus and tram lines, your City Pass also includes:
- a guided tour of the city organised by the Tourist Office.
- a digital tour of the city, accessible via a digital tablet.
- a city tour in one of the Reims City Tour tourist buses.
Your City Pass Reims gives you free access to the most interesting buildings and museums in the city such as :
- the Musée des Beaux-Arts, one of the most famous provincial museums, installed in an old abbey.
- the Chapelle Foujita, entirely decorated by the artist of Japanese origin in the 1960s. It is in Reims that one can admire the largest collection of works by Leonard Foujita.
- the Musée historique Saint Rémi, dedicated to the religious and military history of the city of Reims.
- the Musée du Fort de la Pompelle which traces the history of this stronghold which played a leading role during the First World War.
- the Surrender Museum of May 7, 1945, including the room where these peace agreements were signed at the end of the Second World War.
- the Planétarium de Reims, essentially known for its astronomical clock.
- the Palace of Tau, a prestigious building protected by UNESCO where the archbishops of the city lived for centuries. Adjoining Notre-Dame Cathedral, this architectural ensemble served as the royal residence during the stay of the kings of France on the occasion of their coronation.
- the Musée Saint-Jean-Baptiste de La Salle, installed in a former 16th century mansion where this key figure of French Catholicism and teaching lived.
- the Reims-Champagne Automobile Museum, presenting a collection of cars, scooters and mopeds dating from 1908 to the present day.
- the Musée Hôtel Le Vergeur, housing collections of furniture and paintings in charming half-timbered buildings inherited from the Middle Ages.
- the Musée de l'aéronautique locale, retracing a hundred years of aeronautical, industrial and military inventions.
- the cellars of Champagne Jorez-Le Brun, proposing visits of their vines and tasting.
- the cellars of Champagne Joseph Desruets, produced by the same family since the end of the nineteenth century.
In addition to all these advantages, the City Pass Reims allows you to attend a free visit chosen among the offers of the Tourist Office but also to benefit from discounts at a large number of partner brands. You can for example benefit from a discount for visiting a selection of cellars (Veuve Cliquot, Mumm etc.), on your meal in certain restaurants or on your car rental with Sixt. Certain activities such as Le Petit Train des Vignobles de Champagne and the Golf des Reims also provide reduced admission for City Pass holders.
The City Pass can be picked up at the Reims Tourist Office during opening hours. It is valid according to the duration chosen and is activated from the first validation. Only one entrance per site (except public transport). It must be presented at the entrance of each partner site to check its validity and benefit from free or reductions. The City Pass is neither exchangeable nor refundable. Some museums grant free admission to all visitors on the 1st Sunday of each month.