Château de Saint-Fargeau

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Château de Saint-Fargeau© Christophe Lörsh – Copie
©ChâteaudeSaint-Fargeau 2018
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Chambre de la Grande Mademoiselle_Christophe Lorsch (5)
Christophe Lorsch (183)
Charpentes ©ChristopheLörsh
15-Escalier-Montpensier
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0Y3A1010
Château de Saint-Fargeau© Christophe Lörsh – Copie
©ChâteaudeSaint-Fargeau 2018
0Y3A0929
0Y3A0837
Chambre de la Grande Mademoiselle_Christophe Lorsch (5)
Christophe Lorsch (183)
Charpentes ©ChristopheLörsh
15-Escalier-Montpensier
0Y3A1121
Free visit. Direction of traffic. Mask required. No guided tour.

Description

At first glance, you are confronted with the monumental and overwhelming appearance of a fortified and defensive house dating from the 15th century, made to stand the test of time. But as soon as you enter the main courtyard, you discover a sumptuous décor... a classic 17th-century masterpiece designed by Le Vau. The Château de Saint-Fargeau, which was the birthplace of the maternal family of the French academician Jean d'Ormesson, features prominently in his novel Au plaisir de Dieu, and was the setting for the TV series based on the novel.

  • Groups accepted
    • Minimum group size: 20

Spoken languages

  • French

Visit

Individual

  • Permanent free visit
  • Free visit on request
  • Visite guidée permanente

Groups

  • Free visit on request
  • Permanent guided tour
  • Visite guidée permanente

Comfort / servicies

Means of payment

  • Credit card
  • Cheques and postal orders
  • Holiday vouchers
  • Cash
  • Visa

Opening

Extra information

Visits: 30 March to 11 November, 10am to 12pm and 2pm to 6pm (7pm in July and August). Group visits: by prior arrangement on 07.82.49.03.94

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