Château du Plessis-Bourré - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
Château du Plessis-Bourré, 49460 Écuillé, France
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About Château du Plessis-Bourré
Château du Plessis-Bourré is a beautiful 15th-century castle surrounded by moats. In 1931, it was listed as a Monument Historique. The site was featured in many films and is one of the most visited places in the region.
Attractions Near Château du Plessis-Bourré
Terra Botanica is a botanical and theme park in Europe devoted to plant life. It comprises of 275,000 plants, and entertainments activiteis (4D films, interactive games, crossing a bamboo forest, ascending into the treetops). The park offers a whole new access to the world of plants, taking the tourist on an amazing journey of fun and learning.
Maine River is an 11.5 km long river that formed by the confluence of the Mayenne, the Sarthe, and the Loire rivers.
Angers Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church that was classified as a national monument of France in 1862 for its fusion of Romanesque and Gothic architectural styles.
Château d'Angers is a castle converted into a museum that houses the world's oldest and largest collection of medieval tapestries. This beautiful historical monument is located in the city of Angers. It houses the world-famous collection of Tapestries of the Apocalypse.
The museum features two different permanent exhibitions. One is the "fine arts" which includes fine arts from 14th- 12th century, paintings, sculptures, etc. The second is the "History of Angers" which encompasses archaeology, and art objects from the Neolithic period to the present day.
Château de Serrant is well known for its architectural beauty. The castle is the private residence of the Prince of Merode. Its interior is luxuriously decorated with antiques and paintings.
Where is Château du Plessis-Bourré
Discover More Attractions in Pays de la Loire, Where Château du Plessis-Bourré Is Located
Pays de la Loire is one of the 18 regions of France, in the west of the mainland. The region is more diverse, and has a long coastline along the Atlantic Ocean, forming the northern part of the Bay of Biscay, within the area known as the Vendée.