Champchevrier, a family castle with a royal past

Bienvenue to Château de Champchevrier

 

At the end of a long tree alley crossing the forest appears the gate of honour of Champchevrier, a family castle with a royal past (16th-18th century).
The kings Louis XI and XIII loved to come to hunt at the estate. Hunting here is still a living tradition.
The castle has been inhabited by our family since 1728. From the kitchen with its impressive copper utensils to the state rooms sumptuously decorated with exceptional tapestries, a visit to Champchevrier is to experience a château lifestyle that perfectly blends nature with refined elegance.

The Château de Champchevrier welcomes you from 15 June to 19 September 2021 and all year round for groups

Groups

Groups

Events

Events

COVID-19 Chart at the Château de Champchevrier

 

Visit the castle of Champchevrier with peace of mind! The castle remains accessible WITHOUT a Sanitary Pass.

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Events in the spotlight: Imagination takes over

Contemporary art installation  "The Lost Thread"

Contemporary art installation "The Lost Thread"

Photographic exhibition "The fabulous journey of the grid of honour"

Photographic exhibition "The fabulous journey of the grid of honour"

Theatrical Candlelight Tours "The Castle is on the move"

Theatrical Candlelight Tours "The Castle is on the move"

Champchevrier, Elegance in the heart of the forest

 

In the heart of a large wooded site, come and visit a living Loire château, inhabited by the same family for 3 centuries!