Park and Gardens Of the Château d'Auvers : Léry Castle, later renamed Auvers Castle, was built in 1635 by an Italian, Zanoby Liony, who had come to France following Marie de Medici, as so many of his compatriots.
Its terrace gardens offer box-embroidered flower beds, a maze of hedges, an Iris collection, an orangery, a gazebo, and a very beautiful nympheum, a cool grotto, its walls entirely decorated with shells, millstone pebbles and glass shards.
Auvers-sur-Oise Castle hosts the show circuit ”Voyage to the Time of Impressionism”.. Follow the guide and relive the ”Belle époque of Impressionism”.
The Castle and the Park are filed today on the Supplement Inventory of Historic Monuments.
Surface : 5 ha
- Opening 2020 :
Tuesday to Sunday.
Closed Monday except for public holidays.
10am to 6pm (April to September)
10am to 5pm (October to March)
Restaurant: Tuesday to Sunday from 11am and Friday and Saturday evenings
- Visits :
Guided visits , Duration of a guided visit : 45mn .
Access partially adapted for disabled persons.
- Charges :
Full Rate: €15.
Reduced rate on presentation of proof: €9 for children from 6 to 17, unemployed, students, teachers, people on income support, disabled persons and invalids, journalists, members of ICOM.
Free: Children under 6, science staff from public French and foreign museums, group guides.
Family rate for 2 adults and 2 children: €40. Additional children: €5.
- Services :
Shop, Public lavatory, Fastfood-Restaurant, Restaurant, Saloons to let, Seminars, Receptions, Congresses, Lectures, Cocktails, Diner-dansant, Concerts, Theatre perfomances, Shooting of films, Children's workshops, Workshops garden, Pedagogical presentations, Lawns for sunbathing, Dog not admitted, Carpark arranged, Museum visit, Exhibition visitation, audioguide, Treasure hunt fot children.
- Access :
GPS (Lat x Long) : 49.071547000, 2.165599000