It may be a small village but Polisy boasts no fewer than three sites that are listed, or classified as a historical monument:
The wayside cross or ‘Vicar’s Cross’ can be found at the entrance to the village and dates back to XV century.
The XII century church of St. Felix is famous for its choir, nave and chapels that were built in XVI century, as well as for the more modern stained-glass windows created by Gaudin.
There’s also the Chateau de Polisy whose ancient outer courtyard and manorial chapel were classified as historical monuments in 2011.
Last but not least, the bridge at the northern entrance to the village offers a rare and beautiful view of the Laignes as it flows into the Seine framed by the willow trees that line the banks of both rivers.
42 Grande Rue, 10110 Polisy
Tél : +33 (0)3 25 38 57 17
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Opening hours :
Weekdays : 08:30 am - 12:00 am and 02:00 pm - 05:30 pm
Saturdays : by prior appointment only
Closed on Sunday (except special event days on the Route Touristique du Champagne)