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We went here with our 7 and 11 year old and absolutely loved it. The whole place is filled with interactive games that are as much fun for adults as young kids. This place is small enough to feel accessible but large enough to warrant...More
We weren't expecting too much to be honest but were absolutely blown away by how great this place is. So good in fact we went back for a second visit during the same holiday! The medieval games in the grounds and within the castle were...More
Visited here with my family and friends whilst on holiday, there are games in every room of the castle as well as many outside so the adults can read the information while the kids play ( the games are also great fun for adults).
Our group of seven had an age range of fifties, forties, twenties and ten year olds - hard to please! We all spent a wonderful day at Chateau Bridoire. I am struggling to find adequate words to describe it... the castle has been restored and...More
Visited on a mixed weather day. Good value to get in. Lots of games to keep old and young alike occupied. We also had lunch which was freshly made on the premises and delicious. Would recommend a visit.
Really excellent - it is an extremely simple idea and very clever. The chateau is lovely and full of the most excellent games for families to wonder around and play both inside and out in the surrounding gardens.
We arrived and had sandwiches and quiche...More
We took our 5 year old grandson here on a rainy day and it was wonderful, he really enjoyed dressing up in the mini suit of armour and playing with old (mediaeval?) games. It was simple stuff really well done and makes such a pleasant...More
We absolutely loved this chateaux. Most English venues could take some notes of how great this is. Simply done with traditional games at every turn. Children loved it as they could touch, play and interact! This charming chateaux had really been thought out in so...More
A wide range of medieval-oriented games for both children and adults to test their skills (including crossbows and archery -- both toned down for children to use), an interesting fortified chateau furnished with historic artifacts and furniture, with a particularly interesting kitchen gallery and dungeon,...More
We spend half a day each year with young children from 1 to 15 years old, this is the opportunity to spend a good time playing with old games , based on wood and coming from the former centuries, from the Middle Age to early...More