The park of the Domain of Vizille, an incomparable historical and natural heritage.
The park is the green shrine of the castle of Vizille, today Museum of the French Revolution; it is protected by a 7 km wall which gives evidence of the former hunting territory of the Duke of Lesdiguières (17the century). On 100 hectares, the park offers the discovery of almost 80 different kinds of trees, and numerous possibilities for walks, along the shores of a wonderful lake and many canals.
The park is also and important wild life reserve, being a home to numerous animals, such as deer, swans and wild geese. Surface : 100 ha
- Opening 2018 :
Open all year :
January-February : 10 am to 7 pm. (closed Tuesdays)
March-April-May : 9 am to 7 pm. (closed Tuesdays and May 1st)
June-July-August : 9 am to 8 pm.
September-October: 9 am to 7 pm. - 19h (closed Tuesdays)
November-December: 10 am to 5 pm.(closed Tuesdays) .
Guided visit of flora and fauna only with previously arranged appointment.
For more information, consult the website below.
- Visits :
Access adapted for disabled persons.
- Charges :
Entry free of charge all year long.
- Services :
- Access :
Vizille is at 16 kilometres from Grenoble.
- By motorway from Sisteron, exit number 18 Vizille.
- From Grenoble by Pont-de-Claix (N 75, the N 85), by Brié (route Napoleon) or by Uriage (D 54, tourist route).
- Regular motorcar service (Trans'Isère: 0820 833 833)
GPS (Lat x Long) : 45.075555600, 5.773055600