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    Château de Cheverny

    The enchanted palace.

    Owing to its harmonious proportions, the château de Cheverny is known as the "enchanted palace", built between 1624 and 1634 by the Count Hurault de Cheverny, it is typical of the style of Louis XIII: the central body is flanked by two sections, confined by square domed pavilions.
    Famous for its furniture, the interior of Cheverny will delight you with its refined decor: painted paneling, coffered ceilings, old master paintings, 17th century Flemish tapestries. Among the Chateaux of the Loire, Cheverny is the one with the finest collection of furniture.
    Did you know? The Château de Cheverny was used as a model for Hergé's château de Moulinsart, famous home of Captain Haddock in the Tintin comics.

    Additional informations

    Not accessible by public transport.
    The rates indicated are for access to the château visits without a guide.

    Schedules and prices

    Admission prices :
        Full price : 9 €
        Familly rate : 6 €
        Children up to 6 years : Free
        Students up to 24 years : 6 €

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