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Where Nacqueville is (facing the Isle of Wight) in relation to London and Paris

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Navigation bullet point Your tour
Navigation bullet point Opening times
Navigation bullet point Prices
Navigation bullet point Groups
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Chateau and Park's title block
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Changes due to the Covid-19 pandemic


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Your visit

The lodge at the entrance gateway - starting point for your visit

The entrance lodge

Visits are non guided, and take approximately one hour on foot. There are many opportunities to take photographs.

The lodge at the entrance gateway (shown, right) is the starting point for the visit.

When walking through the gardens you are welcome to visit the building that houses the drawbridge. It is the oldest part of the chateau. The building has recently been restored and is now open to the public for the first time. In it you will find information about the history of the chateau and its park.

Also available to visitors in the building are leaflets covering the history of the Chateau and of the Park, which highlight the main plants, bushes and trees.

Dogs are strictly prohibited from entering the gardens.

Opening times

Body text bullet point 1st. May to 30th. September: Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays and Public Holidays

Body text bullet pointVisiting times: from 12 am to 5 pm. The Park closes at 6 pm.


For 2023

Adults 8 Euros
aged 5 to 15
4 Euros
Under 5's Free


Group visits (minimum 20 people) are organised by appointment and guided in English or French. Please contact us beforehand.

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