St Paul’s Cathedral (Liège)

  •  Cathédral Saint-Paul de Liège and its Treasury
  • Religious heritage

It is the Cathedral of Saint-Paul that preserves the Treasury of the Saint-Lambert Cathedral. Like most religious buildings of this magnitude, Saint-Paul has undergone various improvements and reconstructions between the beginning of the works around 1230 and the construction of an extra floor to the tower in the 19th century. which imitates that of Saint-Lambert. The Treasury contains several exceptional pieces of medieval heritage from Liège, including the famous "Reliquaire de Charles le Téméraire" (ca. 1467), the famous bust of the reliquary of St-Lambert (ca.1512) and the ivory mosan of the Three Resurrections. Its collections of textiles (shrouds of Saint-Lambert, liturgical ornaments) are remarkable. The Treasury proposes a course of art and history based on ancient Principality of Episcopal Liège.

Audioguides in FR, NL, DE and EN.

Guided tour every day at 3 pm.

Visits for groups in FR, EN, NL and DE outside the usual hours by reservation. Access for people with reduced mobility.




  • Shop
  • Parking
  • Car parking
  • Cycle rack


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The information provided is an indication only. We advise you to inquire directly with the organisers of the event that interests you before you leave.