Situated on a headland, this chateau brings together medieval and Renaissance architecture, and its 19th century neo-medieval extensions, in a beautiful landscaped park (200 hectares).

Courtalain was a fortress in the Hundred Years War. It is a late 15th-century castle with two high buildings forming an L shape and a corner tower. Its singularity resides in the additions made in the 19th century by the Montmorency family which had a brick tower of Neo-Medieval inspiration built, and had the edifice decorated with fine sculptures in Renaissance style.

Languages for tours
  • French
  • No pets allowed
  • Parking
Means of payment
  • Postal or bank cheques
  • Cash
  • Monday : from 13h00 to 19h00
  • Thuesday : from 13h00 to 19h00
  • Wednesday : from 13h00 to 19h00
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  • Full adult price Visit From 10€
  • Child rate From 5€
  • Group rate More than 10 people From 8€
Park and garden, Historical sites and monuments Château de Courtalain
Château de Courtalain