Thanks to Heritage Days, every year, you can visit historic monuments that are not always open to the public, the whole for free.
But Heritage Days also allow to highlight the French knowhow that the national crafts for two years now. From September 17 to 21, 2020, discover then the Village du Patrimoine Artisanal et Gourmand!
Set in front of the Eglise Saint-Sulpice, the Village du Patrimoine Artisanal et Gourmand invites you to discover the remarkable work by French craftsmen: leather goods, design, clothes, decoration, sculptures, recycled objects, food the whole is obviously 100% made in France!
Usually, over 40 small craftsmen gather here on the square and you can find hand-painted china and even silk jewel-scarves and handmade organic soaps, leather flowers, silver or gold jewels, toys made with a coping saw, leather belts, decorative items and many other things!
And as its name suggests it, the Village du Patrimoinse Artisanal et Gourmand also highlights the French gastronomy with a selection of terroir products likely to delight your taste buds: craft beers, olives and tapenades from Provence, farm cheeses, foie gras, Bayonne ham and Espelette pepper “pave”, organic honeys, Burgundy wines… Without forgetting entertainments for children.
In other words, a family event you don’t want to miss!
Dates and Opening Time
From 17 September 2020 to 21 September 2020
2 Rue Palatine
75006 Paris 6