The Gardens Of Chenonceau Castle : After Versailles, Chenonceau is France’s most visited castle. It is open to public visits daily all year long. Harmony between nature and architecture is evidence here. The castle is an exceptional shrine for its gardens, which are all equally exceptional.
Diane of Poitiers’ and Catherine of Medici’s French gardens, labyrinths and kitchen gardens are cared for daily and newly planted in permanence.
- Opening 2020 :
The Castle is open every day of the year. See hours on web.
- Visits :
Access partially adapted for disabled persons.
Visit with information brochure in 16 languages.
Visit castle with iPod in 11 languages.
- Charges :
Single Entrance : 12,50 €. Children (7 to 18) and Students : 9,50 €.
Groups (more than twenty), castle with Information brochure : 9,50 €.
Guided visit video iPod adult: 17 €.
(Other tariffs on Internet site).
The entrance ticket includes access to the castle, its outer-buildings, the gardens and the parks..
- Services :
Shop, Picnic area, Public lavatory, Cafeteria, Refreshment stall and sweet shop, Tearoom, Fastfood-Restaurant, Restaurant, Seminars, Receptions, Marriage photos, Shooting of films, Children's playground, Wheelchairs at your disposal, Dog admitted if kept on a lead, Carpark arranged, Museum visit, Castle visitation, Exhibition visitation, Collections, audioguide.
- Access :
From Paris :
2 hours o by car motorway A10 (Exit Blois or Amboise).
1 hour by TGV Montparnasse/Saint Pierre des Corps.
25 mn by TER Tours / Chenonceaux.
GPS (Lat x Long) : 47.329516000, 1.066918000