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Come and discover the first private home to open its doors to the public in 1922. You will appreciate the splendour and delight of real life in a castle. The owners invite you to discover this fantastic and vivid heritage: from the botanical park...more
All reviews hunting dogs loire valley boat ride tin tin electric car lovely grounds tintin exhibition the kitchen worth a visit period furniture free parking furnished rooms self guided tour open to the public wine tasting beautiful castle dog lovers
There was some Lego exhibit going on inside the Chateau that just took away from the experience. It was very strange. The restaurant was lovely and the labyrinth was a lot of fun. Walked over to the dog area and one of them was limping...More
Château Cheverny is impressive in it’s own right; it has a touch or the look of the Louvre and of the Luxembourg Palace in Paris. In fact this was a popular architectural style in France. Perhaps it was the setting or the “traditional” concept of...More
Our day tour of the Loire valley stopped at Château de Cheverny. This is a beautiful château where the count and his family still live. There is a wing that visitors are not allowed in, however, there's plenty to see inside. While we were there...More
Castle is very beautiful but some employees need training about how to receive tourists. After spending EUR 44 in tickets and 1 hour on total in queues to buy the tickets and to enter the castle I lived a very unpleasant situation with an employee:...More
The building itself is stunning but a lot of the rest of the experience was very random. In fact seeing the outside was probably the best bit of the visit. We were greeted very nicely and sincerely by the man opening the entrance door for...More
This chateau has been in the same family for 600 years, and still maintains a hunting pack of 30 foxhounds, which you can visit on the grounds. The castle Lao has. Permanent exhibit on the Tim und Strupi comic books (or Tin Tin for Americans)
We loved our visit to the Château and grounds and, being mid autumn, harvest time and Halloween, both the rooms and the grounds were decorated with a great and beautiful variety of pumpkins and seasonal products and the displays in the jardin Potager (kitchen garden)...More
Situated in a charming little town, this chateau has ample dedicated parking nearby. Immediately, visitors are directed towards an innovative kitchen garden including a hydroponics bed (whatever that my be).
On the way, there is a compound packed with hunting dogs and adorned (the compound,...More
Although LEGO is very time demanding and good for your brains, I consider it is not a castle-style decoration to mix it with the Renaissance decoration. Probably you could make a separate exhibition outside the castle, but not mixed. I found it tacky.