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A LEGO® château!

The Château of Cheverny features the famous little Danish bricks in its new LEGO® exhibition on the theme of ‘Cheverny during the Renaissance’ to explore until June 2020.

Whether it be Tintin or it’s other numerous activities, the Château of Cheverny has always preferred family visits... This task is fully achieved with this new exhibition in collaboration with LEGO®. The visit to the château has been livened up with symbolic pieces from the Renaissance reproduced in LEGO® bricks: a replica of a chest or a table from the era, a reproduction of the bust of Henri IV or even paintings such as the portrait of Joan of Arc by Raphael and the emblematic Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci... You can also discover a model of the 1510 fortified château, which has taken 700 hours to create and uses 216,122 bricks! Playful and educational, this exhibition offers a colourful look into the precious heritage of the château of Cheverny which has already announced its next exhibition with the co-operation of the famous toy brand.