Combo (Save 5%): Chambord Castle + Blois Castle Tickets
Save big by booking these combo tickets to two beautiful French castles nestled in Loire Valley. Visit Chambord and Blois Castles and get a peek inside the royal life.
- Enjoy this budget-friendly combo ticket that will give you priority entry to Chambord and Blois Castles.
- Walk around the lavish royal halls and 60 rooms at the Chambord Castle.
- Take a stroll in the French gardens surrounding Chambord.
- Admire the famous Leonardo da Vinci-inspired double helix staircase at Chambord Castle.
- Visit Blois Castle, a unique building representing 4 different eras and architectural styles.
- Marvel at the incredible artworks in the Fine Arts Museum at Blois, and spot your favorite one by Rubens and Boucher.
- Uncover the secrets of the royal French court while exploring the Royal Apartments in Blois Castle.
- Skip-the-line ticket to Chambord Castle
- Access to the Chambord gardens
- Entry to the temporary exhibitions in Chambord
- Priority entry to the Blois Castle
- Live guide
strict cancellation policy
This ticket cannot be canceled, amended or refunded.
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!
Visit the Blois Castle, the previous residence of several French kings and an extraordinary representation of French architecture ranging from the 13th to the 17th century. Skip the long ticket lines and gain direct entry to the castle with your priority entry tickets. Prepare to be amazed when you step onto the magnificent courtyard, surrounded by four buildings from 4 different eras: the 13th-century Medieval fortress, the Louis XII Gothic wing (1498-1500), the François Renaissance wing (1515-1518), and the Gaston of Orleans Classical wing (1635-1638).
know before you go
- Mar 30 to Oct 27: 9am to 6pm (Last entry is at 5pm)
- 28 Oct to 29 Mar: 9am to 5pm (Last entry is at 4:30pm)
You can visit Blois Castle at any point within the opening hours on the date that you select while booking. The Blois Castle is open every day of the year, except for on the 25th of December and the 1st of January. The opening hours are:
- 2 January until 21 March: 10am - 5pm
- 1 April until 30 June: 9am - 6:30pm
- 1 July until 31 August: 9am - 7pm
- 1 September until 3 November: 9am - 6:30pm
- 4 November until 31 December: 10am - 5pm
- The last entry is half an hour before the castle closes.
- 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).
- In the autumn and winter, it is strongly recommended that you wear warm clothes
- The following spaces in the Blois Castle are wheelchair accessible: the courtyard, the chapel, the ground floor of the Francis I wing (architecture rooms), and the outside areas.
Children aged 18 and under, and EU residents aged 26 and under can go for free (carry a valid photo ID).
Infants aged 5 and under can go for free. Children aged 6-17 enjoy reduced price tickets (carry a valid photo ID).
- Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.
- Please display your mobile voucher along with a valid photo ID at the attraction.
- If you have purchased reduced-price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification.
- Kindly ensure that you arrive 10-15 minutes before the start time to avoid any delays.
Ticket Redemption Points
- Your ticket redemption point is at Château de Chambord.
- Address: Château, 41250 Chambord, France
- To locate the ticket redemption point on Google Maps, simply search for - Chambord Castle. Get Directions to the Redemption Point.
- Your ticket redemption point is at Château Royal de Blois.
- Address: 6 Pl. du Château, 41000 Blois, France.
- To locate the ticket redemption point on Google Maps, simply search for - Blois Castle. Get Directions to the Redemption Point.
This ticket is valid on the date selected during checkout.