The Chapelle Saint-Calixte de Mons is home to the Château Comtal museum. We discover an exhibition on the Belfry, vestiges and other frescoes.
The Saint-Calixte Chapel is the oldest religious building in Mons. You can visit its exhibitions and its interior decor.
The Saint-Calixte Chapel, which takes its name from a pope, dates from the 11th century and was decorated with Romanesque frescoes discovered in the 19th century and restored in the 20th century. The Gothic vault dates from the 14th century and the crypt, which used to be a castle cellar, is made of rough materials. The Comtal Castle Museum contains archeological finds, medieval iconographies, remains of the castle and other very interesting objects. The Belfry of Mons, recognized as World Heritage by UNESCO, and its park adjoins the whole. The Belfry is under construction and will be available again in December 2014.
Entrances and guided tours
Entry to the site is free.
Guided tours (about 1 hour) are not free.They are held all year round on a simple request by mail.Additional information via the 065/35 34 88
You can walk your dogs in the park. Parking for cars and coaches is available near the Collegiate Church Sainte-Waudru.Discover a moment in the history of the city of Doudou through the Chapel of Saint-Calixte and the Museum of Castle Comtal in Mons.
- Car parking