Combo: Chambord + Chenonceau + Angers Castle Tickets
Get priority access to three beautiful Loire Valley castles with a single, value-for-money ticket!
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- Explore three stunning French castles, complete with skip the line access, at one go with this money-saver combo.
- Admire the stunning Château de Chambord, and get access to over 60 rooms and temporary exhibitions.
- Don't miss out on seeing the famous double helix staircase while you're there.
- At Château Chenonceau, explore the exquisite royal quarters, guards' rooms, the chapel, and much more.
- Stroll through the extensive royal gardens located alongside the Cher river.
- See the famous 140m long Apocalypse tapestry at Château d'Angers.
- Walk along the ramparts of the medieval castle to enjoy sweeping views of the Angers city.
- Priority access to Château de Chambord
- Access to the castle and gardens
- Access to the temporary exhibitions
- Priority access to Château Chenonceau
- Priority access to Château d'Angers
política de cancelación
Estas entradas no se pueden cancelar. Sin embargo, puedes utilizarlas en cualquier momento hasta el 26 avr., 2024.
validez de la entrada
Estas entradas son válidas hasta el 26 avr., 2024.
Château de Chambord
King François I built the Château de Chambord after his victory in the Battle of Marignan in 1515. It was constructed not as a residence, but as the symbol of his power and the French Renaissance. The castle is located inside an enormous park of 5,000 hectares and contains about 400 rooms, over 80 staircases, 365 fireplaces, and plenty of towers, high ceilings and pointed domes.
A major highlight of your visit here would be the famous double helix staircase. Inspired by Leonardo da Vinci, the open staircase is designed in a way that you can go up one side without meeting or making eye contact with someone who is descending on the other side! Your ticket also gives you access to more than 60 rooms open to the public and to temporary exhibitions (according to the cultural program of the time). Moreover, you can explore the castle's grand gardens, home to a vivid range of flora and fauna, at your own pace.
Visit Château Chenonceau, an elegant white castle built on the piers of an old mill in the famous Loire Valley region. Chenonceau is a stunning representation of late Gothic and early Renaissance architecture, featuring a long gallery bridge that spans over the Cher river.
Also known as the “Ladies’ Château” because of the notorious women who built, decorated, restored and maintained it throughout the centuries, Chenonceau boasts a fascinating royal history that dates back to the 13th century. Feel like true royalty as you stroll through the castles’ rooms, which are lavishly decorated with exquisite tapestries, paintings, and furniture. Round off your visit with a walk through the extensive royal gardens alongside the Cher river, featuring a maze, a 16th-century farm, a carriage gallery, and a vegetable and flower garden.
This stunning medieval fortress was founded in the 9th century by the Counts of Anjou and expanded in the 13th century by the young Saint-Louis, son of King Louis VIII, because of its strategic position next to the Maine River. Featuring 17 towers, the massive medieval fortifications have an almost fairy-tale-like charm to them!
Inside, you will discover the famed Apocalypse tapestry. At 140m in length, it is the largest woven work of medieval art and depicts the historical, social, and political context of the 14th century in France – the time of the Hundred Years War, plague, and famine. It took seven years to complete and its six-meter-high panels, which depict 90 scenes, are beautifully lit in a well-lit gallery. Stroll through the rest of the fortress and admire the residential buildings and carefully tended gardens that grow in the now dried-up moats. While you’re here, don’t miss the chance to walk along the ramparts of the château to get a panoramic view of Angers.
know before you go
Château de Chambord
- Mar 30 to Oct 27 - 9am to 6pm (last entry at 5pm)
- Oct 28 to Mar 29 - 9am to 5pm (last entry at 4:30pm)
The last admission is half an hour before the closing time.
- 1 Jan - 8 Feb: 9:30am to 5pm
- 9 Feb - 5 Apr: 9:30am to 5pm
- 6 Apr - 29 May: 9am to 6pm
- 30 May - 5 Jul: 9am to 7pm
- 6 Jul - 18 Aug: 9am to 7:30pm
- 19 Aug - 29 Sept: 9am to 7pm
- 30 Sept - 11 Nov: 9am to 6pm
- 12 Nov - 20 Dec: 9:30am to 4:30pm
- 21 Dec - 31 Dec: 9:30am to 5:30pm
The following holiday weekends have specific opening hours:
- Easter (20 - 22 Apr): 9am to 7pm
- Labor Day (27 Apr - 12 May): 9am to 7pm
- Ascension (30 May to 2 Jun): 9am to 7pm
- 2 May to 4 Sep: Daily from 9:30am to 6:30pm
- 5 Sep to 30 Apr: Daily from 10am to 5:30pm
- The last admission is 45 mins before closing time.
- Closed on 1 Jan, 1 May, and 25 Dec.
- Closes at 4pm on 24 and 31 Dec.
- Free entry on the first Sunday of a few months including 1 Jan, 6 Feb, 6 Mar, 6 Nov, and 4 Dec.
Château de Chambord
- There are free lockers available at the château entrance (except in case of contrary governmental provisions) for safekeeping of your metallic baby carriers, backpacks, helmets and other articles.
- Certain objects, like hiking poles and sharp objects, are not admitted in the château and must be placed in the lockers in accordance with visit regulations.
- Under France’s Vigipirate Plan, objects with dimensions superior to 55cm x 35cm x 20cm must also be deposited in the lockers after having been inspected.
- The National Estate of Chambord will not be held liable for theft or damage to any personal objects deposited in a locker.
- Baby carriers with metal frames are not authorized in the rooms and have to be left in storage. Strollers can be borrowed at the entrance (depending on availability).
- Toilets with changing table and bottle warmers are accessible near the reception area close to the parking lots as well as inside the château.
- Pay for your parking as soon as you arrive in the terminals provided for that purpose (single charge for the day).
- Do not hesitate to take your visitor’s leaflet at the château entrance so as to see where you are and where are you going.
- You will have access to free WiFi within the premises.
- In the autumn and winter, it is strongly recommended that you wear warm clothes.
- Before your visit to Chenonceau Castle, please remember to book your time slot here. Slot reservation kiosks are also available on-site, in case you have not booked to choose between the slots online (subject to availability).
- Carry your credit or debit card with you as it is safer to do cashless transactions, in case you want to shop for souvenirs.
- No luggage is allowed.
- Group size: 25 people maximum.
- Closed Spaces: The door Champs, and the work Di Peri in the Mill Tower
Château de Chambord
Ages under 18, and EU citizens under 26 go free (carry a valid photo ID).
Infants aged 6 and under go free. Children aged 7-17 enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
Ages 18 and under, and EU citizens under 26 go free (carry a valid photo ID).
- Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.
- Please display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the respective attractions.
- If you have purchased reduced-price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification.
Ticket Redemption Points
Château de Chambord
- Redeem your ticket at Château de Chambord.
- Address: Château, 41250 Chambord, France.
- Redeem your ticket at Château de Chenonceau.
- Address: 37150 Chenonceaux, France.
- Redeem your ticket at Château d'Angers.
- Address: Promenade du Bout du Monde, 49100 Angers, France.
This ticket is valid for the date selected during checkout.