- Baptistère Saint-Jean (4th century) – the oldest church in France
- Palace of Poitiers – the seat of the Dukes of Aquitaine
- Église Notre-Dame-la-Grande – oldest romanesque architecture church in Europe
- Cathédrale Saint-Pierre, Poitiers's cathedral (12th century)
- Musée Sainte-Croix, the largest museum in Poitiers
- Église Sainte-Radegonde-de-Poitiers
- Église Saint-Hilaire-le-Grand (11th century)
- Hypogée des Dunes (underground chapel)
- Jardin des Plantes de Poitiers, a park and botanical garden
- Église de Montierneuf
- Parc du Futuroscope (European Park of the Moving Image, some 10 km (6.2 mi) north of Poitiers; theme is visual communication technology in ultramodern buildings)
- Le Confort Moderne
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