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Not a lot remains of the old castle of the Crevecour family of warlike barons, a keep in ruins, but there are new half timber buildings mixed in and set up to show country trades, farminng, warfare and costume. Ideal for kids, we saw three...More
We visited with 2 small children. They were preparing for a medieval fete to take place in a few days time. We felt like a nuisance to them. The children were asked not to touch anything and not to run across the courtyard. The “farm”...More
This is a nice place to visit if you have smaller kids. There are live demonstrations which can be funny and interesting if you understand French. The small exhibit of the Schlumberger family was what I enjoyed.
This reconstructed old Normandy chateau has been converted into a museum showing how the chateau's occupants lived at the chateau's hay days. The property has many old reconstructed buildings, complete with a moat, as well as lovely grounds. In French they call the chateau "history...More
This would be a great place to go with children which I don't happen to have. I was worried it might be too superficial of an attraction for me but there were some things presented that would appeal to grown up minds. I did find...More
We were a little disappointed as when we went there were no people dressed in costume. As all there advertising shows people in costume it meant it felt a little bare.
We hired one of the english recorded guides that you switched on at certain...More
We were in Normandy and I wanted to visit the Schlumberger Museum, which is located at the Chateau. I did not realise before visiting that the chateau is in fact much more than just the museum, which is actually only a relatively minor part of...More
This was a very entertaining and informative medieval village. The reenactments were lively and they had great interaction with the audience. Given that we didn't speak a lick of French, they still made us feel welcome and tried their best to include us and explain...More
This is actually a motte and bailey castle with manor farm buildings round the outside. Other reviewers have mentioned the re-enactments that took place but when my son and I visited, we had the place virtually to ourselves.
The staff at the gatehouse were really...More