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Château de Troussay

12 Route de Troussay, 41700 Cheverny, France

Iconic Buildings
Old Ruins

About Château de Troussay

The smallest chateau in the Loire which was around 600 years old and is still inhabited by its owners. The 12-hectare land offers a nice garden as well as a gift shop on-site, selling regional and organic products. Guests can enjoy a free guided visit of the castle upon request and the park has a recycling exhibition.  It was classified as a historical monument and the smallest châteaux in the Loire valley.



Attractions near Château de Troussay

Château de Cheverny2.71km from Château de Troussay

A beautiful castle which was the remains of ancient French architecture. Built between the years of 1604 and 1634, and changed little since, the castle presents an immaculate picture of symmetry, peace, and the aristocratic good life. The interior reflects a living history of the generations of the family and it is still owned by descendants of the original builders. There is also a beautiful garden around this place and is one of the visitors paradise.

Château de Beauregard, Loire Valley5.99km from Château de Troussay

A beautiful castle that was built in the late 15th century but this has given way to the current structure which was built by Jean du Thiers secretary of state to King Henry II. The castle is renowned for its Gallery of portraits decorated in the 17th century with 327 portraits of famous people. The castle was surrounded by a beautiful garden and is a nice place to spend some nice time and also it is an example of a FIne architecture.

Château de Fougères-sur-Bièvre7.75km from Château de Troussay

Originally an 11th-century structure, it was entirely rebuilt at the end of the 15th century, with only the large, square keep remaining original. Fougères is distinguished from other great châteaux by a more sober and robust architecture, mixing the styles of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The walls of the château of Fougères-sur-Bièvre are made from the hard limestone of Beauce. The softer and whiter tufa limestone, from the Cher valley, was used for the more decorative elements.

Château de Villesavin9.12km from Château de Troussay

The Château was built by Jean le Breton was the Lord of Villandry and of Villesavin, on the position of an old manor house. The Château was built by the same French and Italian master builders and workmen who built the great Royal Palaces and it has remained for four centuries, almost perfectly untouched. The interior of the manor contains refined furnishings and has a collection of tin objects. The castle also hosts several museums, including a wedding museum presenting an exceptionally rich co

Maison de la Magie Robert-Houdin12.61km from Château de Troussay

The House of Magic takes you into an astonishing world of illusion which holds many surprises. Ideally located opposite the royal castle, the house of magic tells you in this large 19 th century house the history of magic and illusion, as well as the life and work of the famous illusionist from Blés Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin.  This house will carry you  away in a universe permeated with magic and legends.

Château Royal de Blois12.62km from Château de Troussay

The Château de Blois is one of the rare monuments offering visitors a comprehensive view of French architecture from the Middle Ages through the classical epoch. It has been listed since 1945 as a historic monument. The medieval castle became a royal residence and the political capital of the kingdom under Louis XII.  This place has so many histories to say. The chateau is now used as a public museum that has a lot of collections that pave light to ancient history.

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The Centre-Val de Loire is a large inland region of central France located in the south-west of the French capital Paris. The region is known for its fine historical towns, for its vineyards and agricultural produce, and for its many beautiful castles.