Château de Villandry

7.00€ - 11.00€

Prices 2019

  • • Adult : 11.00 €
  • • Children : 7 to 18 : 7.00 €

The ticket includes:

  • Priority access to the chateau
  • Tour of the château de Villandry
  • Tour of the gardens
More details

Adult - 11.00 €

Children : 7 to 18 - 7.00 €

Add to Cart 61 €
Description

The ticket includes

 Priority access to the chateau

 

 Tour of the château de Villandry

 

 Tour of the gardens 

 

 

The ticket does not include

 The audioguides (4 euros, child and adult version available)

 

 Personal spending

 

The château de Villandry is situated in the west of the Touraine region. It was the very last of the Loire Valley chateaux to be built on the river banks. The château is sumptuously decorated and contains some beautiful furniture and a great number of paintings. However, the main attraction lies outside – the Renaissance style French formal gardens, which have recently been restored to their former glory, are the pride of Villandry. The gardens are beautifully manicured and since 2009 a consistent effort has been undertaken to make the gardens organic. This has involved gradually eliminating the use of pesticides and using natural fertilizers. The Villandry gardens are open all year long so you can come and observe the gardens during changing seasons.

Access & Opening times

Address

Access

Free parking near the chateau.

Address :

Château de Villandry, 37510 Villandry

Opening times

1st to 6 January :  9h30 - 16h30

Closed from 7th January to 8th February

9th February to 28th February:  9h00 - 17h00

1st March to 31st March : 9h00 - 17h30

April, May, June :  9h00 - 18h00

July, August :  9h00 - 18h30

1st September to 26th October :  9h00 - 18h00

27th October to 11 November : 9h00 - 17h30

Closed from 12th November to 20th December

21st December to 31st December :  9h30 – 17h00

NB: The gardens are open all year round.

Information

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    Jardins de Villandry superbes. Billets reçus tout de suite. Pas de files d'attentes.

    Joël Chantr.   |   2019-03-26