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Chenonceau Castle Admission Ticket
from $16.41*
ADMISSION TICKETS (1)
Chenonceau Castle Admission Ticket
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Beautiful country villa surrounded by a moat and inspired by the Italian Renaissance.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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37150 Chenonceaux, France
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+33 2 47 23 90 07
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Reviewed 4 days ago

We visited in early October and were blessed with fine weather. It meant the tourist hords (of which we were too!) had died down and the place was quite quiet in the afternoon. The place is pretty unique, straddling the river and has a wealth...More

Thank DINERMIGHT
Reviewed 4 days ago

On last September we visited 6 castles in the Loire Valley. This one is our favorite. Not only it is beautiful as a building but it is also decorated inside, because some of the other castles are really empty inside. It also has a detailed...More

Thank Amuribes
Reviewed 5 days ago

Obviously the chateau is beautiful - that's self-evident but it's also reasonably priced and well presented. You can see a lot of the rooms and there are interesting contextual displays. It's very busy in the chateau itself and because, as chateaux go, it's a small...More

Thank S G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Go early. Be there when it opens at 9:00am. Otherwise it can get to.be quite crowded once the tour groups and other tourists start arriving. Be sure to get the audio guide. Allow plenty of time to see not only the buildings, but the grounds.

Thank JOHN L
Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband and I debated which chateau was our favorite (we went to 5) and we both agreed that this was the winner. We loved walking the grounds as well as touring the interior of the castle. There was a photo op at every corner....More

Thank Poochiquita
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

One of the most picturesque chateaus in all of France. Built over a river with beautiful gardens you will get the wow factor from your friends back home when sharing pictures from here. Cafe up front overestimate good sandwiches so stope there to get your...More

Thank Wineman49er
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a beautiful chateau surrounded by beautiful gardens in a beautiful location. The guide booklet that you get with your ticket is detailed and informative - one of the best booklets we’ve seen. The building is immaculate, fully furnished, with first-class artwork on the...More

Thank MN_Walkers
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Also known as the most romantic one, Chenonceau is plain and simple beautiful! Allow about 1.5 hours for this visit, at least. Many photo ops. Fully furnished chateau.

Thank FernandoMexico8
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This chateau is both architecturally beautiful and well furnished. The setting over the river is very impressive. If you are only visiting a few chateaux, this one makes the list of the top three along with Chanbord and Cheverney. As far a venue amenities, this...More

Thank ViaggioNow
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I have come back to the Chateau multiple times, it is my favorite in the Loire Valley, it is one of the few that didn’t get destroyed in the wars and remains absolutely beautiful! If I could only see one Chateau, this would be it!

Thank Robert S
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Dave W
July 30, 2018|
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Response from Anna99 | Reviewed this property |
There are picnic tables in a nice setting on the edge of the car park before you go through the ticket barrier.
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Sweettina130
March 21, 2018|
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Response from PhotosbyPharos | Reviewed this property |
I stayed in Amboise, a glorious medieval (and later) town quite close to Chenonceaux. Much nicer than Tours with lots of hotels, pensions, etc.. Has its own castle and fortifications, and Leanardo da Vinci lived and died... More
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scarletcarole
March 17, 2018|
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Response from Christian G | Reviewed this property |
you will skip the queue for ticket buying not the queue to enter the castle
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