Sights & Attractions in Alsace-Lorraine

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Things to Do in Nancy

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Avenue Foch
This busy boulevard lined with mansions was laid out for Nancy's...
Neighborhoods / Streets Nancy
 
Brasserie l'Excelsior
This bustling brasserie has a severely rhythmic facade that is...
Restaurants Nancy
 
Cathédrale
This vast, frigid edifice was built in the 1740s in a ponderous...
Religious Sites Nancy
 
La Pépinière
This picturesque, landscaped city park has labeled ancient trees...
Parks Nancy
 
Musée de l'École de Nancy
The only museum in France devoted to Art Nouveau is housed in...
Museums / Galleries Nancy
 
Musée des Arts et Traditions Populaires
Just up the street from the Palais Ducal, this quirky, appealing...
Museums / Galleries Nancy
 
Musée des Beaux-Arts
In a splendid building that now spills over into a spectacular...
Museums / Galleries Nancy
 
No. 2 rue Bénit
This elaborately worked metal exoskeleton, the first in Nancy...
Architectural Sites Nancy
 
No. 40 rue Henri-Poincaré
The Lorraine thistle (a civic emblem) and brewing hops weave...
Architectural Sites Nancy
 
No. 9 rue Chanzy
Designed by architect Émile André, this lovely structure—now...
Architectural Sites Nancy
 
Nos. 42–44 rue St-Dizier
Furniture maker Eugène Vallin and architect Georges Biet left...
Architectural Sites Nancy
 
Palais Ducal
This palace, built in the 13th century, completely restored at...
Museums / Galleries, Castles / Palaces Nancy
 
Place de la Carrière
Lined with pollarded trees and handsome 18th-century mansions...
Squares Nancy
 
Place Stanislas
With its severe, gleaming-white Classical facades given a touch...
Squares Nancy
 
Porte de la Craffe
A fairy-tale vision out of the late Middle Ages, this 14th- and...
Memorials / Monuments Nancy
 
Rue Raugraff
Once there were two stores here—Vaxelaire and Pignot, both built...
Neighborhoods / Streets Nancy
 
St-Epvre
A 275-foot spire towers over this splendid neo-Gothic church...
Religious Sites Nancy
 
Villa Majorelle
In this villa, built in 1902 by Paris architect Henri Sauvage...
Houses / Mansions Nancy
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