This neo-Gothic funeral chapel lies in the heart of Hayange and is a listed historic monument. It once stood in the middle of the cemetery and enclosed the tombs of the Wendel family.

Built in the neo-Gothic style, the building is laid out like a square, measuring six metres on each side, over two floors: a vaulted porch giving way to a perron staircase that leads to a crypt covered by a low-arched cross-vaulted ceiling; above it, the chapel, accessible via a double stone ramp and a railing that was restored in 1993. The yellow stone used to build the chapel is a type of local chalk, most certainly sourced from the quarries at Neufchef.