Église Notre-Dame de France

This circular, sober and elegant building is the catholic parish church for French Londoners and French speaking London communities and was built on the site of an old church destroyed during the First World War. The interior is decorated with frescoes (1960) by Jean Cocteau and a tapestry of Aubusson by Dom Robert.

Useful information

Address : 

Leicester Place 5

Phone:

+44 20 7437 9363

Opening hours

[9am-9pm]

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