• Stade Bollaert Delelis © RC Lens

    Rue Maurice Carton - LENS


    The stadium is located in the city center, 700 m from the train station and not far from the Louvre-Lens

    t. 03 21 13 21 32 standard

  • Balade guidée Lens, mine d'Art déco

    Point Info Tourisme du Louvre-Lens - 99 rue Paul Bert - LENS


    From Wednesday to Sunday at 2:30 pm (except on December 25, January 1 and May 1). Departure from the tourist reception point in the reception area of ​​the Louvre-Lens. Duration 1h45. Rates: from 1 € to 6 €. Reservation required.

    t. 03 21 18 63 22

  • Bleu Grenay

    Place Daniel Breton - GRENAY

    A contemporary work resonates with mine


    t. 03 21 72 66 88

  • Lewarde - Monuments et Patrimoine culture - Centre Historique Minier

    Fosse Delloye - Rue d'Erchin - BP 30039 - LEWARDE

    Located in Lewarde, near Douai, 30 minutes from Lens

    The largest mine museum in France.

    t. 03 27 95 82 82

  • Noyelles-sous-Lens - Monuments et Patrimoine culturel - Ecomusée de Noyelles

    21 rue de la République - NOYELLES SOUS LENS

    Situé à côté de la mairie de Noyelles-sous-Lens

    Cet écomusée vous invite à vous replonger dans le "bon vieux temps".

    t. 03 21 67 79 65

  • Vitraux de l'Eglise du Millenium

    21 route de Béthune - LENS


    This religious building is a living testimony of the Polish presence in the Mining Basin.


  • Lens - Monuments et Patrimoine culturel - Gare SNCF de Lens

    Place du Général de Gaulle - LENS

    Recognized as one of the most emblematic buildings of the Art Deco movement

    Opened in 1927, this building architect Urbain Cassan, whose shape is reminiscent of a locomotive, shows the influence of Art Deco on the reconstruction of the city after the First World War.


  • Liévin - Monuments et Patrimoine culturel - Hôtel de Ville

    Avenue Lamendin - LIEVIN


    This building marks the willingness of the municipality to display his power against the mining companies.


  • Méricourt - Monuments et Patrimoine culturel - Nécropole de la Catastrophe Minière du 10 mars 1906

    Rue Urianne Soriaux - MERICOURT


    Silo is the name given to the mass grave where buried 272 unidentified Courrieres the disaster (1906), which was the total deaths in 1099 and is Europe's largest mining disaster of the twentieth century victims.


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