The kitchen garden-orchard of the La Roche-Guyon castle is a place where values, know-how and competences are transmitted, bringing together heritage and ecology. Its 3,8 hectares make it the largest kitchen garden of Ile-de-France, after the Royal Kitchen Garden in Versailles.
In 2004, the garden was restructured following its original 18th century design, and the 100% natural cultivation methods that have been applied since 2007 have won it the ”AB” (Agriculture Biologique) certification, awarded by ECOCERT label, for the entirety of its produce. In 2011, it was labeled ”Jardin Remarquable”, Remarkable Garden. Its current project is the creation of an ecosystem in connection with the surrounding territory and its inhabitants.
Created in : XVIIIème siècle / restauration 2004
Surface : 3,5 ha
- Opening 2021 :
High season: Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., weekends and holidays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Low season: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Annual closure from late November to early February
PLEASE NOTE: the garden is closed in the event of bad weather (impassable paths).
- Visits :
Guided visits , Duration of a guided visit : 1h00, Minimal number of persons for a guided visit : 1 .
Access adapted for disabled persons.
- Charges :
Free access to the garden.
Paid school educational workshops.
- Services :
Shop, Picnic area, Public lavatory, Tearoom, Fastfood-Restaurant, Hotel, Bed and Breakfast, Self-catering cottage, Saloons to let, Seminars, Receptions, Lectures, Cocktails, Concerts, Theatre perfomances, Marriage photos, Shooting of films, Rides on ass or poney's , Children's workshops, Workshops garden, Pedagogical presentations, Lawns for sunbathing, Dog not admitted, Carpark arranged, Camping car site, Museum visit, Castle visitation, Exhibition visitation, audioguide.
- Access :
GPS (Lat x Long) : 49.080971000, 1.628600000