Le Havre, World Heritage Site

Practical information

The reconstructed city built by Auguste Perret can be visited all year round. Times, visits, exhibitions, access and information, find below all you need to know.

La Maison du Patrimoine – Atelier Perret

181 rue de Paris - 76600 Le Havre  Tél. : 02 35 22 31 22


It is THE information point for the reconstructed city. Open all year round, opening times change according to time of year:

-From April 2nd to November 4th 2018 , every day : from 10h to 13H and 14H00 to 18H00



  • By car: from Paris via motorways A13 and A131, from Caen, Rennes or Amiens via motorway A29
  • By train: Intercity train from Paris to Le Havre, departing from Gare Saint-Lazare, http:/www.voyages-sncf.com/
  • By ferry: from Great-Britain, regular ferry line, Brittany Ferries, from Portsmouth to Le havre http:/www.brittany-ferries.fr/lignes/lehavre-portsmouth
  • By plane: Le Havre- Octeville Airport http:/wwwlehavre.aeroport.fr/
  • By bus: Line Caen-Le Havre Normandy bus network http:/www.busverts.fr/

Car parks

Several car parks are available within the city centre:

  • Coty, Espace Coty Shopping centre, open from Monday to Saturday, 6h to 22h
  • Funiculaire, Place Thiers (Thiers Square), open from Monday to Saturday, 6h to 22h
  • Hôtel de Ville (City Hall), Place de l’Hôtel de Ville (City Hall Square), open Monday to Saturday, 7h to 21h
  • Les Halles (Covered Market), place Oscar Niemeyer, (Oscar Niemeyer Square), due to re-open in 2015, open Monday to Saturday, from 6h to 22h


If you wish to spend a few days in the city, the Local Tourist Office welcomes you all year round and has many suggestions which will enhance your discovery.

Office de Tourisme de l’Agglomération Havraise

Le Havre Tourist Office

186, Boulevard Clémenceau – Le Havre

02 32 74 04 04