The castel of Châteaubriant
A medieval fortress and a Renaissance building, Châteaubriant Castle tells ten centuries of history.
Around 1050, Lord Brient erected a first castle on this rocky promontory. From 1490, Françoise de Dinan then Jean de Laval had a Renaissance residence built there and landscaped gardens. Both a medieval fortress and a Renaissance building, the Châteaubriant castle tells ten centuries of history.
All year round, the gardens are open and free of charge.
From April to October, live shows and a temporary exhibition bring the castle to life: free entry.
Guided tours: free for children under 14 / reduced: € 2 / full price: € 3 –
February to April / October to December: Saturday and Sunday.
During school holidays – zone B: from Wednesday to Sunday.
May to September: Tuesday to Sunday.
Châteaubriant Castle – Grand Patrimoine de Loire-Atlantique
Place du Général de Gaulle
44110 CHATEAUBRIANT, France
Tel. +33 (0)2 40 28 20 20
Fax +33 (0)2 40 28 20 28