The Abbey of Saint-Remi is an abbey in Reims, France, founded in the sixth century. Since 1099 it has conserved the relics of Saint Remi, the Bishop of Reims who converted Clovis, King of the Franks, to Christianity at Christmas in AD 496, after he defeated the Alamanni in the Battle of Tolbiac.
The present basilica was the abbey church; it was consecrated by Pope Leo IX in 1049. The eleventh-century nave and transepts, in the Romanesque style, are the oldest; the façade of the south transept is the most recent.
Mon - Fri: 2 pm - 6:30 pm
Sat - Sun: 2 pm - 7 pm
Closed: Jan 1, May 1, Jul 14, Nov 1 & 11, Dec 25
Youth, seniors (+65): €3
Children under 16: free
Free admission: frist Sunday of every month
UNESCO website http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/601
Phone +33 3 26 35 36 90
Address 53 Rue Simon, 51100 Reims, France
Coordinates 49°14'35.033" N 4°2'30.796" E