Explore the oncesummerhouse of the kings of France with this all-day admission ticket to theChteau of Clos Luc. Learn about the 800 years of history behind the building, and hear stories from its past times.
The Chteau Clos Luc became home to artist Leonardo da Vinci in 1519by the invitation of King Francis the 1st. Leonardo spent the last threeyears of his life from 1516 to 1519 there. The visit starts by the castle, his living place from the bedroom to the kitchen, and ends by a large exhibition of models of machines that gives life to the master.
Explore the park where you'll sense Leonardo da Vincis spirit while creating flying machines, bridges, or weapons. Gain a better understanding of this exceptional man, while looking at giant models of hismost spectacular machines.
Three restaurants are available in the park if you'd like to grab a meal between exploring (own expense).