During a weekend in Beauvais, you’ll have plenty of time to soak up the mood and create lots of great memories! First, one of the most beautiful buildings is the gothic Cathedral of Saint Peter, a short walk from the Campanile hotels in Beauvais. It has one of the world’s best choirs and an astronomical clock that is fascinating technicality and in terms of its beauty. If the weather is nice, bathe at the Plan d'Eau du Canada artificial lake with its Pavillon Bleu, which is very popular because it’s calm. Finally, the Maladrerie Saint-Lazare is worth a stop. It’s the oldest preserved medieval hospital in Europe.
In one week you can discover all the treasures of the city of Beauvais and its region. Start by visiting the Musée Départemental de l'Oise, housed in the city’s former episcopal palace, and take advantage of the site’s architecture and its collections. The Galerie Nationale de la Tapisserie is also worth a visit. It showcases all the secrets of this historic tradition and most of the items are listed in the national furniture registry. Stroll along rue d’Alsace, where magnificent old, traditional houses are one of the major features of Beauvais’ picturesque identity.
There are many family activities to be had in Beauvais. The Maison Gréber is home to a fully-furnished sandstone factory decorated with the pieces it produces. You’ll love it. The Musée du Dirigeable reveals the history of the funny blimp that criss-crossed the world at the beginning of the last century. You'll learn how it works, what’s unique about it and the dangers. Finally, head to the Centre des Arts du Cirque where you can catch a show and also take a course! To explore the region, find ourChampanile hotels in Chantilly