Built in the 1510s, the Sainte-Croix-en-son-Exaltation church has a variety of roofing materials: the slate bell tower, the flat tile of the nave, the chestnut wood and the slats. The seven windows of the apse and nave, dating from the 19th century, bear the names of their donors.
This church of Saint-Nicolas d'Outines, dating from the middle of the 16th century, is the largest half-timbered church in Champagne. Its vast interior dimension is reminiscent of a stone church, lined with massive beams and heavy pillars.
The Church of the Nativity of the Virgin of Châtillon-sur-Broué is a half-timbered church in the Champagne region. Dating from the 16th and 17th centuries, it has an interesting double bell tower, portico and 19th century stained glass windows.