Château-Parc de Plessis Saint-Jean

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Plessis Saint-jean castle has some nice discoveries in store for you. Let yourself be enchanted by the four hectare park, the medieval vestiges (moats, bridges...), a pittoresque or neogothic style castle rebuilt around 1830. Inside, you will be able to contemplate the winter living room with XVIII century type boiserie. And if you feel like it, go and take a look at the dungeons!

Spoken languages :

  • French
  • Spanish
  • Italian


    Groups welcomed : yes


Last update : 04/01/2018

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Child rate2 €2 €

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