Château of Champchevrier
Come and visit a lively château, located in the heart of a large wooded site and which has been inhabited by the same family for three centuries. Built in the Renaissance then enhanced during the XVIIIth century, the place is protected by moats still filled with water. Louis XI and Louis XIII came to this rich hunting area. You will be thrilled by the impressive copper pots collection in the kitchens, as well as the fine interior, the Regency furniture and the amazing tapestries dating back to XVIIth century in the different staterooms. Feeding of the dogs on Thursdays at 5:30pm from 11th July to 15th August. Night visits on 12th July, 16th August and 13th Sept. at 8:30pm.
Prices & Payment methods
- Full adult price : 9,50€
- Child rate : 7,50€ 7/16yo
- Group rate : From 7,50€ to 8,50€ + 20 pers. 7,50€ in season - 8,50€ upon reservation the reste of the day
- Discount rate : 4,50€ Mobility impaired people
- : 30€ 2 adults + 2 children
- Other rates : 11€
- Other rates : 9€
- Other rates : 35€
- Free rate -7yo
- Free rate For chauffeur and guide
Description of heritage
Descriptif du musée
With its Michelin star, you can be sure of a sight for sore eyes on a tour of the château!
From the old kitchens and their impressive copper collection to the sumptuously furnished staterooms, you can also feast your eyes on an incredible selection of 17th century tapestries, countless paintings and the Regency furniture of exceptional quality!
Visiting this castle whisks you away on an unforgettable journey between past and present, nature and culture where traditions which still live on will guide your steps.
Descriptif du site et monument historique
Château de Champchevrier is a breathtaking castle 25km from Tours in a leafy setting which the same family has lived in since 1728.
Champchevrier is both an exceptional historical monument and a family château in which each generation has instilled their love and respect for heritage.
Built during the Renaissance and completed in the 18th century, Château de Champchevrier is protected by moats which are still filled with water. Kings Louis XI and Louis XIII came to hunt in this site teeming with game where the hunting tradition lives on today.
- Tea room
- Picnic area
- Bar / refreshment bar
- Film projection room
- Bus parking
- Handicap access
- Maximum group size: 100
- Minimum group size: 20
Average duration of the group visit: 01h15
Average duration of the individual visit:00h45
- Specific theme activities