Chateau De MontrottierCurrently Closed
- Address: 60 Allée du Château, 74330 Lovagny, France, Annecy
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +33-450462302
- Ticket Price: 9 EUR
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Castle, Historical Site, Family And Kids
Just about 10 minutes from the town of Annecy lies the Chateau de Montrottier, precisely in the city of Lovagny. The castle is home to a wide collection of weapons, earthenware, tapestries, antique furniture and a collection of objects from the Far East. The castle gives its visitors insights about the history, about the place and hence is a recommended visit for history lovers especially.
- Tours are available to the castle that lasts up to an hour.
- Tours require prior appointment.
- Tours are available in English, Italian, French and Spanish.
- The castles allows free entry for kids below the age of 10, driver and attendants.
- Gorges du Fier is close by.
- Adults: €7
- Kids: €4.2
- Students / 6.20 €
- Children from 10 to 15 years: 5.50€
- Students: 7€
- Adults: 8.50€
- Afternoon: Group visit (maximum 40 people) at 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm, 4 pm and 5 pm.
- Lovagny Bus Stop
- Chavanod Bus Stop
- Etang Bus Stop
- Gare de Pringy Station
- ACY Station
- Gite L'Epicurien Chavanod
- Pricaz Claudine
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32.25% of people who visit Annecy include Chateau De Montrottier in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
41.94% of people start their Chateau De Montrottier visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Chateau De Montrottier
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Chateau De Montrottier
Lovely Chateau to spend an hour or so. Entry price is reasonable. Staff are so lovely! A treasure hunt for children. A tower to climb, pictures and statues to look at and plenty of places for a nice photo. Small gardens.
Interesting story of the last owner. A small castle. Nothing major to note apart this story and the collections inside. You can't visit without the visit (free). You need the explanations (given by guide I'd like to listen and speak with) and the only way to access to the most important rooms of the castle. Count an hour in total. A bit more if you want to walk outside. Nothing specific in the gardens.
Surely worth a visit for the interesting collection of a variety of ancient (some are just old) objects from France and abroad including weapons, swords, keys, plates, glasses, bottles, scissors, dolls etc. The guide explains the history of the castle and use of many objects. There is a tower and small gardens to visit, too.
Nice castle that shows the collection of the wealthy treasures accumulated by the nobility. At certain times they open a special collection that shows weapons and some treasures from Asia and Africa. Nice staff and amazing view.
It's just about OK, we only visited it because we went to the Gorges du Fier just down the road. It is a small castle and was fun for the kids, lots of entertainment and games for them but quite average for grown ups