Experience the battles of a besieged village in the moats of this ancient medieval fortress transformed into a 16th century manor house.
At their posts, the soldiers load up the cerbatanes, mangonels, couillards and trebuchets for live firing of balls: a unique demonstration of these machines.
The château is sure to surprise you in more ways than one!
Inhabited until 1987, it was originally a medieval fortress before being transformed into a beautiful, grand and stately manor house during the 16th century. Through the 14 furnished rooms, visitors can discover, from the kitchen to the roof beams, a magnificent, characterful château overlooking a unique landscape between the Loire and the countryside.
An additional unique feature is the Children’s Museum which, through a well-stocked, antique, photograph and document collection, retraces the history of a child’s life growing up in the region: René Chevreau, an adventurer and one of the pioneers of military aviation.
Yet, the real attraction of the château each summer is the firing demonstrations of medieval war machines.
- Average duration of the individual visit : 00h45
- Group educational visits
- Average duration of the group visit : 00h45
- Pets are accepted
- Panneaux : French, English
- Parlées : French, English, German, Dutch
- Specific theme activities
- Adult workshop
- Junior workshop
Full adult price : € 9.00
Discount rate : € 7.50
Child rate : € 6.00
- Credit Card
- Debit cards
- Postal or bank cheques
- Holiday vouchers
- Motorway at 15 km
- Railway station at 8 km
- Road (national / departmental)
Services and equipments
- Play area
- Picnic area
- Bar / refreshment bar