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Fun visits to the châteaux of the Loire valley

With dress-up visits, adventure trails and Medieval food tasting, there is always fun and games going on in the châteaux of the Loire Valley! The wide range of activities are sure to enliven your children’s visit to the châteaux (and yours too)!

Fun activities at the Châteaux of Blois, Chambord, Amboise, Chinon, Oudon and Cheverny

Upstream from Gien, the Château de Saint-Brisson-sur-Loire welcomes families with a real-life immersion in a knight’s training camp: with its medieval tent, mini catapult and archery, the little knights of the day can even seize the château!

At the Royal Château of Blois, children are given an activity booklet with a series of clues when they arrive, thanks to which they can find out all about the château and the fine arts museum. There’s even a prize at the end! 

The Château of Chambord offers the same thing. Cassandra the Salamander’s discovery book will guide children around the main sights of the château, again with clues and another little prize at the end of the day!

Special family adventure trails have also been organised at many other châteaux. For example, at the Royal Château of Amboise, the Royal Fortress of Chinon and the Château of Oudon.

At the Château of Cheverny, Tintin and his friends will welcome children in the permanent exhibition which recounts their adventures.

There are plenty of other fun activities at the châteaux of Clisson, Goulaine, Sully-sur-Loire, Meung-sur-Loire and Langeais

At the Château of Clisson, the ‘OH LA L.A. Quelle Aventure’ (Oh La La, What an Adventure!) visit has plenty of surprise games in store for families! And for even more fun, children can try on period costumes at the Château of Goulaine. Knights for boys and princesses for girls!

Anne of Brittany herself is waiting for youngsters at the Château of Langeais, where they will discover all the secrets of being a queen.

A number of activities are also on offer for children at the Château of Sully-sur-Loire and the Château of Meung-sur-Loire