Château Cheverny

Château de Cheverny in the Loire Valley, famous for its magnificent interiors

The history of Château Cheverny begins with its first owner, Henry Le Mareschau in 1315.

The de Vibraye family today the current owners of the chateau, attractions many thousands of visitors each year who admire its magnificent interiors with its collections of furniture and tapestries and many famous painting on display.

The Château de Cheverny is well known for being featured in the fiction 'Marlinspike Hall', in The Adventures of Tintin books.

Opening hours and entrance fees for Château de Cheverny

Website: http://www.chateau-cheverny.com/


Location

Château de Cheverny, Avenue du Château 41700 Cheverny


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Entry fees, opening hours and other information correct at the time of publishing, March 2019.


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