Castle Gien and International Museum of Hunting.
The house of Alix: Located at the corner of the rue de l'Hotel de Ville and Place Jean Jaurès, home of Alix is one of the few houses in the town have been spared by the bombing of the Second World War . In the 15th century, this ancient building belonged to the bourgeois family of Alix, from where it takes its name. The ground floor also comprises arcades that once contained several stalls.
The famous pottery of Gien with its very interesting factory shop.
The bridge Anne de Beaujeu.