The 10 Best Things to Do in Saint-Quentin, France

July 25, 2017 Major Galusha

Discover the best top things to do in Saint-Quentin, France including Chemins d'Histoire Battlefield Tours, Village des Metiers D'antan & Musee Motobecane, Parc d'Isle Jacques Braconnier, Basilique de Saint-Quentin, L'Hotel de Ville de Saint-Quentin, Office de Tourisme du Saint-Quentinois, Musee Antoine Lecuyer, Chemin de fer touristique du Vermandois, Buffet de la Gare, Royal Kids Saint Quentin.
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1. Chemins d'Histoire Battlefield Tours

20 rue Gabriel Faure, 02100 Saint-Quentin, France +33 6 31 31 85 02
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5 based on 179 reviews

Chemins d'Histoire Battlefield Tours

Chemins d'Histoire is a legally registered Battlefield tours company specialized on the Great War. We offer 1 or 2 day tours of the Western Front and are happy and proud to share with you our expertise. The tours could be entirely made to measure and according to your nationality (Australian, Canadian, American, South African, etc...). The tours are conducted in a luxurious Mercedes V-Class air-conditioned minibus. CHBT Public transport licence : 2015/22/0000452

Reviewed By MeganandAndrew - Toowoomba, Australia

We took the 2 day Australian war tour with Olivier and thought it was amazing. He is very knowledgeable not only about the war and its history but also generally about the regions we visited. We were picked up and dropped back to our accommodation in ST Quentin so it was all very easy. Our tour was focused on seeing all of the important Australian war memorials and battle fields. Olivier researched about my great uncle and modified the tour to show us exactly where my great uncle had fought(within 500m of where he would have been shot) and also took us to his grave. We found his tours very educational and very enjoyable and would definitely recommend Olivier if you are thinking of doing a WW1 tour of France or Belgium.

2. Village des Metiers D'antan & Musee Motobecane

5 rue de la Fere, 02100 Saint-Quentin, France +33 3 23 66 13 13
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4.5 based on 121 reviews

Village des Metiers D'antan & Musee Motobecane

Reviewed By Michael B - Rome

This is not to be missed when visiting St Quentin - a short bus ride from the town centre. All the traditional trades are superbly presented in a series of displays which authentically and atmospherically illustrate and evoke the daily life in France in the past - of its shops and businesses and transport - a wonderful and nostalgic record - together with the Motobécane bicycles and motorbikes which were manufactured in St Quentin.

3. Parc d'Isle Jacques Braconnier

Avenue Leo Lagrange, 02100 Saint-Quentin, France +33 3 23 05 06 50
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4.5 based on 157 reviews

Parc d'Isle Jacques Braconnier

Reviewed By Jamphie1234

We popped along en route to the basilica to fill an hour, the park is far better than we expected & very picturesque with leafy walks through the lakes and a few separate play areas scattered through the park appealing to all ages .. Very well kept play areas and lots of open space & benches.
There is a small farm area, with various small animals - all well looked after including wallabys, goats, emu's, Guinea pigs, donkeys etc..
The attraction is free with parking also free and outside the entrance - would certainly make the effort to re visit.

4. Basilique de Saint-Quentin

Place de la Basilique, 02100 Saint-Quentin, France +33 3 23 67 05 00
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4.5 based on 157 reviews

Basilique de Saint-Quentin

Reviewed By jeanann1485 - Newark-on-Trent, United Kingdom

The interior of this Church is beautiful and interesting.I visited just prior to a service and was made very welcome by the congregation. The exterior does not prepare you for the lovely interior.

5. L'Hotel de Ville de Saint-Quentin

Place de l'Hotel de Ville, 02100 Saint-Quentin, France
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4.5 based on 88 reviews

L'Hotel de Ville de Saint-Quentin

Reviewed By GOM99 - Wherever

We did not actually go into the town hall but whilst eating in the square we were entertained by a superb carillon concert.

6. Office de Tourisme du Saint-Quentinois

3 rue Emile Zola, 02100 Saint-Quentin, France +33 3 23 67 05 00
Excellent
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4.5 based on 26 reviews

Office de Tourisme du Saint-Quentinois

Reviewed By Steve L

The staff were very helpful and recommended good restaurants in the area. They recommende the Troubador to us for a bistro with excellent local cuisine and they were not wrongThank you for your feedback. It is our pleasure to introduce you our destination. We are striving to recommend restaurants according to your wishes and needs . We are delighted that Troubadour was a good choice for you. See you later in Saint-Quentin.

7. Musee Antoine Lecuyer

28 rue Antoine Lecuyer, 02100 Saint-Quentin, France +33 3 23 06 93 98
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4.5 based on 17 reviews

Musee Antoine Lecuyer

Reviewed By Francine P - Camiers, France

Amateur de peinture,je n'ai pas été déçu de cette belle visite.Il y en a pour tous les styles.De plus les tarifs sont très démocratiques.

8. Chemin de fer touristique du Vermandois

Gare SCNF, Saint-Quentin, France +33 3 23 64 88 38
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4 based on 17 reviews

Chemin de fer touristique du Vermandois

Reviewed By AwayFromLondon - London, United Kingdom

A lovely restored steam train which departs from the main station in St Quentin on a Sunday afternoon, just after 2pm. Runs an hour and a half through the countrside, waits for about 20 minutes and trundles back again. It was a lovely day when we went, the scenery was beautiful and it was a great afternoon. But it might be a bit long for very young children without some things to keep them occupied. And make sure you have cash as they don't take cards.
http://www.cftv.fr/

9. Buffet de la Gare

Place Andre Baudez, 02100 Saint-Quentin, France
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4.5 based on 6 reviews

Buffet de la Gare

Reviewed By LeBouillet - France

Depuis le temps que nous en entendions parler de ce buffet ! Mais après avoir réservé pour une visite guidée auprès de l'office du tourisme (merci pour les conseils très pertinents !), rendez-vous sur place. Et là... on en prend plein les yeux !! Notre guide était super intéressante et su nous faire remonter le temps. Bravo de ne pas avoir défiguré le lieu avec des équipements modernes ! Nous y amènerons nos amis c'est sur ! Pensez à réserver à l'office du tourisme !

10. Royal Kids Saint Quentin

116 rue de la chaussee Romaine, 02100 Saint-Quentin, France +33 3 23 66 20 34
Excellent
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3.5 based on 40 reviews

Royal Kids Saint Quentin

Reviewed By Jess B

We entered the establishment, were not approached nor offered any assistance what so ever. When we approached the staff we felt we were an inconvenience. We noted that the few English written brochures were out of stock, and thus felt the resources available were poor.

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