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The Chateau d'Annecy is the museum in the small city of Annecy in the Southern part of France. It has a great collection of various forms of arts such as impressions and paintings and also has an amazing view of the city..!
Nice little museum. Small exhibits of archaeology, ecology, Lake Annecy, etc. Has potential to be much better. Best thing about this museum are the views of the lake and downtown. First Sunday of the month is FREE from Oct to May. 10-12am, 2-5pm.
A great tour and worth the few euros to visit. So much history and the age of this place is simply amazing. It is literally a 4 minute walk from the main canal. Be sure to go to the end of the courtyard to the...More
This is an excellent example of how to use historical buildings for contemporary purposes. The exhibitions here, on Annecy's past and present, including some interesting contemporary art spaces, are extremely thorough (such as the ethnography of perch), although most exhibitions are presented in French so...More
After a long steep climb from the old town of Annecy we were impressed with the size and magnificence of the old Chateau. The views from the building and the surrounding walls were superb.
Where we were disappointed was inside the Chateau. There was some...More
The Castle and Annecy Museum is a great place to know about the history of this little city. The museum has quite good items of exibitions from the area. However, it is noticible that the lack of 2nd language next to French i.e 1st language...More
$5,50 entry fee to the chateau it is well worth the money.
There is alot to see & i found it very interesting.
I think the entry fee compared to what you pay at ie london attractions is very cheap.
There is parking close by...More
I loved the way this old castle stands proudly above the old city of Annecy; it’s easy to picture what this city might have been like in the Renaissance or Medieval times. I saw good reviews about the Chateau on here so I planned to...More