Château d'Etelan 76330 SAINT-MAURICE-D'ETELAN / Vallée de Seine
Guided tour of the manor house, of the chapel and of the grounds with the owners (History of the chateau and of the 25 years of restoration from 1977 to 2002)
Listed a Historic Monument, the Château d’Etelan was built at the end of the 15th century, from 1494, which makes it the first Italian Renaissance chateau built in France.
The Château d’Etelan is located in the heart of the Pays de Caux and Seine Valley between the bridges of Brotonne and Tancarville, and it overlooks the last big meander of the river Seine. A place where Francis I of France, Catherine de’ Medici, and even Voltaire and Gustave Eiffel stopped, the Château d’Etelan comprises a chapel dedicated to Sainte Madeleine dating back to the Early Norman Renaissance, which Abbot Cochet compared to those of the chateaux of Blois, Chenonceau and Amboise. Its park is a unique place where the environment hasn't changed over the centuries and is designed to walk around or admire the site.
Chapel, Castle, Farm, House, Dovecot, Gothic, Renaissance, Official historical monument of France (MHC), Listed or registered (CNMHS), ISMH
Listed and classified by DMF
Facilities : Parking for families, Toilets
Activities available on site : Temporary exhibitions
The visit lasts approximately : 60 min
Languages spoken : English, Spanish
Tours available in : English, Spanish
|Base rate - full rate adult||From 8.00€
|Rate for adult group||From 6.00€
|Rate for adult group||From 15.00€
Methods of payment : American Express, Carte bleue, Postal or bank cheques, Diners Club, Cash, Eurocard - Mastercard, Contactless payment, Visa