Bruyères-sur-Fère is located south of the department of Aisne, in the Tardenois, virtually at the crossroads of three major regions: Picardie, Champagne and Ile-de-France.
It is on the Common Bruyères-sur-Fère has been built around 1130, the abbey of Val Christian (the Norbertines). After the French Revolution, it was converted into a farm and all that remains of the pillars of the church choir, a few capitals and portal.
In the hamlet of Givray, was built around 1540 a Renaissance castle that is now listed as a Historic Monument.
Bruyères-sur-Fère has a church, St. Remy 12th century, also classified a historical monument.