TIPS FOR THE VISIT
REOPENING AND CORONAVIRUS HEALTH MEASURES
1 July 2020 - 10 a.m.
The Domaine de Cheverny is delighted and moved to be reopening its doors to the public, with reservations not required.
However, before things get back to normal, there are a few adaptations we will have to make:
1/ All visitors aged 11 and over must wear masks in the château and in The Secrets of Marlinspike Hall exhibition. We also kindly ask that you apply physical distancing measures: it is perfectly possible to enjoy all of the estate's attractions without having to touch anything, or almost anything!
2/ In order to ensure compliance with physical distancing measures, the dogs are not being fed publicly for the time being.
3/ Tours of the park and the canal by electric car and boat will resume on 4 July.
4/ The Salon de Thé de l'Orangerie is offering a take-away service, and the seated service will resume on 3 July.
5/ The Secrets of Marlinspike Hall exhibition is open.
6/ You will also have unrestricted access to the botanical park and the various gardens.
Welcome! Keep safe, and enjoy your visit.
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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".
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.