The Supreme Court of Brittany is a government (judicial) building, so you cannot visit its interior unless you are accompanied by a guide and sign up for the schedule and payment at the Rennes Tourism Office. It was used as a criminal court and appellate court. There was a fire in 1994.
The historical building is very large and worth visiting.
I often pass by this court, although I have never been to it, but I am also attracted by its magnificent architectural style.
A very historic building, the exterior is ordinary and solemn, but the interior is extremely gorgeous, making it difficult to connect with the judicial court!
This parliament palace is a symbol of Brittany and was designed in the 27th century by Luxembourg designer Salomon de Brosse. In 1994, it was burnt out by a fire. I don’t know why people in ancient times liked to burn things. After being exquisitely restored, your paintings and gold leaf are unparalleled. In Rennes, you can invite a special guide who will wear medieval costumes to show you the entire town of Rennes. Of course, I also want to change into a set, but it is a pity that I am shorter than the Europeans, and I don't have my size. The outside of this palace looks calm and simple, but the decoration inside is as gorgeous as some royal palaces. It is difficult to associate it with the judicial court. It is indeed a court. Tickets are required to visit. Adults are around 7 Euros, and children under seven do not need to pay.