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Saint Catherine's Church

Rue des Logettes, Honfleur, France
+33 2 31 89 11 83
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This famous 15th-century cathedral is the largest surviving wooden church in France.
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Rue des Logettes, Honfleur, France
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The ship-shaped roofing of the wooden cathedral is really breath taking. It's amazing how strong it stands tall even after so many years.

Thank xeidre
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely respite from the craziness outside during the markets and in the summer heat. Beautiful old church both inside and out!

Thank ForeverYoung50
Reviewed 1 week ago

Not to be missed when you walk around the old harbour. Very interesting history. A must see in Honfleur.

Thank Tramx
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wonderful to experience a French Mass with locals on Sunday morning! Beautiful old wooden church! Belfry next door is open to tour.

Thank Travelwithteenboys
Reviewed 1 week ago

well i said it all in the title an amazing feat of capentry its huge, really interesting even for non wood lovers, well worth a visit.

Thank BruceBedford
Reviewed 1 week ago

Once an important harbour town at almost the head of the Seine River. Lovely but disappointing. Overrun with tourists. (I know. Me included.) Am so glad the original planning for a river cruise, including Honfleur, 18 months ago, and costing a zillion dollars, fell through....More

Thank Nathalie E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

something other than all the stone churches. I had the idea that I was in a ship. Very nice made wooden church, you can visit for free. And not far from the vieux bassin. less then 1 minute walking.

Thank Globetrotter_Jan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Almost all interesting churches in France are stone. This church in the old shipping town of Honfluer is different -- it's wooden, and built by ship-builders. The twin nave, with wood columns down the middle, is unusual (not to mention the ceiling, built like upsidedown...More

Thank Norm G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Our tour guide provided the interesting history of this place. If you're in town it's worth a visit. What would the western world be for tourists without a smattering of churches here and there to help enlighten us about the human experience throughout the ages?!

Thank fisherdoc
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a very unique church, & not just in France. First its made entirely of wood. The town claims it to be the largest wooden church in France. When I walked in 1st thing I noticed was that both aisles on the ceilings looked...More

Thank Stephen K
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Response from Midlands_T | Reviewed this property |
Not knowing when you are going I would say "possibly". The easiest method of locating is via search engines le Harve tourist information office". If you are there and want to while away a damp Sunday afternoon - try going... More
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