Guided tours

Allow yourself be guided in the steps of the Princess of Conti, daughter of Louis XIV and Mlle de La Vallière, who during the eighteenth century restored this fifteenth century medieval fortress and transformed it into an elegant dwelling replete with refined drawing rooms that boast remarkable woodwork and Régence furniture.

You will hear the tale of the attempted reconciliation organised in 1169 by the King of France Louis VII le Jeune, between Henri II Plantagenêt, King of England and Thomas Becket, archbishop of Canterbury.

The visit invariably begins in the two magnificent arched arms rooms, followed by the twelfth and fifteenth century dungeons located a mere fifteen metres underground, which attest to the fact that justice was served at Montmirail. Upon returning to daylight, you will visit the eighteenth century building and the heritage drawing rooms of the Princess of Conti offering large openings onto the park, where the visitors’ time travel will come to an end after enjoying a breathtaking view of old Perche-Gouët.

All year round

for groups, by appointment

Contact : +33 (0)2 43 93 72 71

contact@chateaudemontmirail.com

April 9th to September 17th and October 22nd to November 5th

Every sunday and bank holidays

2:30 to 6:30 pm

Guided tours

3:00 pm, 4:00 pm and 5:00 pm

3rd of September : no visits during the morning

From July 2nd to September 3rd

Everyday except for saturdays

10:30 to 12:30 am and 2:30 to 6:30 pm

Guided tours

10:30 am, 11:30 am, 3:00 pm, 4:00 pm and 5:00 pm

Individual visits
Rates
  • Adults : 6€
  • Children (under 8 years old) : Free
  • Teenagers (8-18 years old) : 4 €
  • Students : 4 €
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Group visits
Rates
  • Adults : 5,50 €
  • Children (under 8 years old) : Free
  • Teenagers (8-18 years old) : 4 €
  • Students : 4 €
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Unaccompanied tour of the park

Take the time to enjoy a leisurely stroll through the park, admire the varied architecture of the facades, linger over the delicate bas-reliefs of the Renaissance door and the castle coats of arms inscribed on the triangular pediment that is typical of the eighteenth century. After admiring the central tower that hails back to the nineteenth century and boasts at its top an Observatory, you can set off to discover the gardens and catch a glimpse along the way of one of the largest cold rooms in the department. 

In fine weather, the park offers privileged vantage points, allowing you to see up to 60 kilometres of the surrounding Perche Sarthois.

July 2nd to September 3rd

Everyday except for Saturdays

10:30 to 12:30 am and 2:30 to 6:30 pm

Unaccompanied tour

April 9th to September 17th and October 22nd to November 5th

Every sunday and bank holidays

2:30 to 6:30 pm

Unaccompanied tour

Unaccompanied visit of the park
Single Rate
  • 3€
  • Under 14 : free
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