Bourbon-Penthièvre Street and Pavillion

The Bourbon-Penthièvre Pavillion is an 18C mansion located on the bank of the Seine which belonged to the former Duke of Vernon. The street, which leads to Notre-Dame Church, is lined with projecting one story houses with corbelled attics. At nº 15, a facade with Gothic sculptures.

Useful information

Address : 

Rue Bourbon-Penthièvre

Nearby tourist attractions

Clemenceau Bridge
Clemenceau Bridge
From the middle of this bridge, there is
0:15
Church of N.-D.-de Vernon
Church of N.-D.-de Vernon
This collegiate church was rebuilt
0:15
House of Yore
House of Yore
Beautiful 15C two-story corbelled
0:15
A.-G.-Poulain Museum
A.-G.-Poulain Museum
Eclectic collections (prehistory, animal
1:00
St-Michel's Hill
St-Michel's Hill
From the right bank of the river, view
0:30
Château de Bizy
Château de Bizy
In the Classical style, the château has
1:00
See all

Other ideas « Patrimony »

Clemenceau Bridge
Clemenceau Bridge
From the middle of this bridge, there is
0:15
Church of N.-D.-de Vernon
Church of N.-D.-de Vernon
This collegiate church was rebuilt
0:15
House of Yore
House of Yore
Beautiful 15C two-story corbelled
0:15
See all