Château d’Epanvilliers – Musée du Jeu Ancien


South of the Vienne, the Château d'Epanvilliers dating from the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries is listed as a Historic Monument for its facades and its roofs of the château itself with its two pavilions as well as those of the two wings including the chapel; the portal and the moats; the staircase with its wrought iron railing and the following rooms with their decor: the small living room, the small dining room, the so-called Madame de Maintenon bedroom on the ground floor and the Louis XV bedroom with an alcove on the first floor ; the interior of the chapel in the south wing.

The owner offers you a double visit. You will be able to enjoy a guided tour of twenty furnished rooms including the so-called "Mme de Maintenon" room and above all he will share with you his passion for games and artificial intelligence in the Museum of Old Games. Note also that this museum is unique in France!

Practical information

Accessible to disabled persons


Conditions of visit: Guided tour
Languages ​​spoken for the visit: French, German, English

Further information

Location: In the countryside, Near TER access (train, coach), Near an airport
Type of site/monument/small heritage: Castle of
Museum themes: Archaeology, Decorative arts, Popular arts and traditions, Automata, History, Children's museum, Science and technology
Type of additional equipment: Museum
Services : Playground
Facilities: Accessible for pushchairs, Coach parking, Screening room, Meeting room(s)
Activity: Specific thematic animation, Seminars, Conferences, Temporary exhibitions
Payment Methods: Cash
Château d'Epanvilliers - Museum of Ancient Games

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