Park Of Montgobert Castle : Early 19th century park which was restored by duchêne. It leads from the late 18th century Château, which once belonged to Pauline Bonaparte, to the tomb of General Leclerc and a memorial urn. Park and château overlook the village, a pond and the Forest of Retz. An important First Empire site.
Created in : 18 ème siàcle
Surface : 15 ha
- Opening 2020 :
In May, June and September the castle is open on Sundays and public holidays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
In July and August, it is open every day except Saturday, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The castle is open the rest of the time by appointment.
- Visits :
Access adapted for disabled persons.
- Charges :
- Services :
Public lavatory, Saloons to let, Seminars, Receptions, Congresses, Lectures, Cocktails, Diner-dansant, Concerts, Theatre perfomances, Marriage photos, Shooting of films, Pétanque playground, Boule-playground, Lawns for sunbathing, Dog admitted if kept on a lead, Carpark arranged, Camping car site, Museum visit, Castle visitation, Exhibition visitation, Collections.
- Access :
Between Villers Cotterets (8 km) and Soisson.
GPS (Lat x Long) : 49.309337000, 3.146355000