An architecture that combines stone with steel, wood and glass.
The Cour Saint-Emilion and its 42 warehouses, classed as supplimentary inventories of Historic Monuments, are the last of the Bercy storage areas that for over a century held the largest wine market in the world.
Bercy is also a diverse area with shops, restaurants, leisure activities and entertainment spread over 15,000m² including CLUB Med World, FNAC Eveil et Jeux, G. Truffaut, Hippopotamus, Nature et Découverte, Nicolas, Résonances, Séphora B, Vinéa Café and the UGC Ciné Cité cinema multiplex.
Open every day from 11am to 9pm (restaurants close at 2am)
Fun, educational activities are held on Wednesdays for children.
2 parking areas each with 3,000 spaces (St-Emilion and Bercy Terroirs)
Prices and times
Open everyday Shops from 11am to 9pm Restaurants until 2am
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
The courtyard is made of cobblestones but there are also some walkways that are easier to access and use.
Contact: +33 (0)8 25 16 60 75
'Tourisme & Handicap' marked establishment
- 'Tourisme & Handicap' mark
- For hearing disability
- For physical disability