The castle in Saint-Chamant (a listed monument) overlooks a beautiful valley, with a view of the Cantal mountains. It is composed of a donjon from the 15th century (military origin). It was amongst others a Robert de Balsac ' fief who was Seneschal of Agenais and Chamberlain of the King. In the 17th century, the Lignerac family, future Caylus Dukes built a main building where tapestries from Aubusson are on view.
Since 1783, the owner has tried to keep this place lively. As well as the tapestries from Aubusson, you can admire ones from Flandres (17th century), an altarpiece in the chapel (17th century), a big staircase and panellings.
01/07/2019 to 31/08/2019
Adult: 6 €
Child : 4 €
Group adults: 4 €
Group children : 4 €.
Free entry for children < 7 years.
Child entry valid for 7 - 17 years.
Group rate available for > 20 people.
- Animaux acceptés : No
- Taille groupe min : 20
- Services : Coach access, Set down on-site for groups, Guided tours
- Facilities : Toilets, Exhibition space, Car park, Coach parking, Private parking
- Language spoken : French
- Gratuit pour les moins de : 7
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