Built in the 12th century on the old wall that surrounded the medieval town, the Saint-Médard church was partly destroyed during the Hundred Years War, rebuilt in the 15th century and enlarged until the 16th century. Its turbulent history and its geographical location explain its astonishing and unusual architectural plan. The association "Les Amis de Saint-Médard" (Amissame) welcomes with joy, every 1st Saturday of the month, the curious and lovers of heritage to open the doors of this beautiful church to them, usually closed outside offices. On the occasion of a free 15-minute visit, the volunteers of this association of enthusiasts will tell you about this church classified as a Historic Monument. Group visits are possible on request from Creil Sud Oise Tourisme.


  • Temporary exhibitions


  • Guided tour: no
  • Free visit: no

Tour languages

  • French



  • Free parking

Specific information

Covid information

Structure ouverte : non


From 01 January to 31 December
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thusday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday Open from 09h à 12h and from 14h à 17h
Sunday Closed

Church open every 1st SATURDAY of the month