The Parlement of Brittany building has served as a symbolic backdrop for the major milestones in Brittany’s history.
It is also, ironically, an outstanding example of Parisian-style 17th-century royal interiors.
After serving as the seat of the sovereign court of the Brittany’s Parlement, it became the Rennes Court of Appeal in 1804. The building’s past role was above all a legal one, but since the fire in 1994 and the subsequent restoration, it has been open to the public, hosting events and offering guided tours.
Coffered ceilings, gilded wood panelling and 17th-century paintings decorate the rooms and gallery of this major monument of Rennes’ heritage.
The Parlement building has a total of four rooms that can be used to host events in a majestic setting, offering your guests an unforgettable experience.