PREPARE MY VISIT
A guided tour of the castle is proposed for individuals.
For more information about days and hours :
THE CHÂTEAU AND THE GARDENS
Discover life in a castle.
The visit of the Château is a pure delight: discover the art of French living then stroll through the gardens before you go to the trophy room and kennels.
Length of visit : 1 hour 30 to 1 hour 45.
Leaflets to guide you during the visit are available in 12 languages :
French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Japonese, Portuguese, Czech, Polish, Chinese and Hungarian.
THE CHÂTEAU AND THE GARDENS + THE SECRETS OF MARLINSPIKE HALL
Hergé used Cheverny as model for Marlinspike Hall. Immerse yourself in the world of Tintin's adventures by visiting the Château and exhibition "The secrets of Marlinspike Hall".
The Château visit with it’s stairway, arms room and more will remind you of something !
Listen out for the telephone to become Nestor – Quick, you have to reply !
Along the 700m2 interactive path, you can relive the events from the famous cartoon.
Length of visit : 2 hours 15 to 2 hours 30.
THE CHÂTEAU AND THE GARDENS + RIDE ON ELECTRIC BOATS AND CARS
The Château, the gardens, the kennels, the English-style park as well as the forest.
After the charm and romantic castle life, the visit continues at a slower pace…
Come and visit the park from a different angle on a guided tour on our electric cars or boats. Take the time to visit the grounds in pure silence, a real change!
Length of visit : 2 hours 30 to 2 hours 45.
THE CHÂTEAU AND THE GARDENS + THE SECRETS OF MARLINSPIKE HALL + RIDE ON ELECTRIC BOATS AND CARS
The visit of the estate and its various angles.
The Cheverny estate is composed of the Château, gardens and of course the strong link with Tintin which you will discover upon visiting the exhibition.
The forest and park and magical maze are other unmissable parts of the adventure.
Length of visit : 3 to 4 hours.
For individuals, no reservation is necessary.
A flier is given to you on entry.
For groups, you need a reservation:
To visit the park and the canal by car and by electric boats, there are departures every 30 minutes throughout the day.
Early morning offers the best conditions for a visit in the high season.
Dogs are generally not allowed.
Baby carriages can't be used in the Château and have to be left behind at the entrance.
Of course, you can use them in the gardens and the exhibition "The secrets of Marlinspike Hall".
You will find changing tables in the toilet "Parking P1" and in "Cafe de l'Orangerie".
Due to an external staircase the Château is difficult to access by wheelchair.
The exhibition "The secrets of Marlinspike Hall" is wheelchair accessible by an elevator.