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Château Rroyal de Blois Loire Valley

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What to expect

To visit the royal castle of Blois is to enter with both feet in the history of France, of its kings and queens. One of the most famous Châteaux of the Loire is also a favorite of the kings and queens of France. Fully furnished, it is the monument of the Loire Valley to discover for an introduction to the architectural wonders of the region.

Customer Reviews

5/52 reviews

Martine C.
August 30th 2022

j'ai adoré la visite de ce beau château. Le son et lumière était sublime. Merci à toute l'équipe du château.
Je conseille à tous, féru d'histoire ou non

Benoît G.
On en prend plein la vue
Published over a year ago
Superbe spectacle à ne pas manquer si vous êtes dans la région. On a commencé la journée au château de Chambord (avec piquenique sur la pelouse, magique !) puis visité le château de Blois l'après-midi. Après le dîner, le spectacle a été la cerise sur le gâteau même si les enfants étaient un peu fatigués ! Beaucoup d'espace et à l'air libre, donc aucun problème de distanciation.

Common questions

Where is Blois castle located?

The address of the royal castle of Blois is 6 place du Château, 41000 Blois, between Tours and Orléans. In the heart of Loir-et-Cher or, more commonly the Loire Valley, the city of Blois is easily accessible in less than 2 hours from Paris by train or car. 16km from Château de Chambord, 35km from Château d'Amboise, and 45km from Château de Chenonceau, the Château de Blois is one of the most famous châteaux of the Loire Valley.

What are the prices for the Royal Castle of Blois?

The price for a visit to the Château de Blois is € 12 for an adult, € 6.5 for a child (6 to 17 years old). The castle is free for children under 6 years old. A reduced rate of € 9.5 is granted to students, the unemployed, large families and teachers. The Sound and Light show at the Château de Blois costs € 11 for adults, € 6.5 for children and € 9 for reduced rate recipients. To extend the experience and save money, choose the Château + Son et Lumière combined tickets!

What are the visiting hours for the Château de Blois?

The Royal Castle of Blois is open all year round on January 1 and December 25 from 9 a.m. from April to October and from 10 a.m. from November to the end of March. In high season, the castle closes between 6.30 p.m. and 7 p.m. and in low season (November-March) at 5 p.m.

Is there a parking lot at the Château de Blois?

Car parking is obviously provided in Blois with 600 free parking spaces less than 15 minutes walk from the castle. If you don't want to risk spending the day there, opt for an underground paying car park. Access the parking lot of the castle (about 200m from the castle) by avenue du Dr Jean Laigret. Count 1 euros per hour of parking. If the castle car park was full, opt for the Valin de la Vaissière car park accessible from the Saussaye quay. Motorhomes will opt for the southern Loire area on Avenue Wilson near the exhibition center. Labeled "La Loire à Vélo" and "Accueil Vélo", the Château de Blois gives pride of place to cyclists with 2 parking spaces dedicated to bicycles at the entrance to the monument.

Are there picnic areas at the Château de Blois?

The castle of Blois is a town castle. You can of course have a picnic on the Place du Château or on a Place de Blois. For those planning a one-day tour of the Loire Valley castles, we recommend that you meet at the Château de Chambord at lunchtime to enjoy its magnificent meadows facing the castles and the Loire.

Why visit the castle of Blois?

It is often said that the Château de Blois is the gateway to the Loire châteaux route with its ease of access from Paris. The castle was the favorite residence of 7 kings and 10 queens of France which makes it a prominent historical place. It is also one of the rare castles to be fully furnished and decorated. The castle of Blois houses the Museum of Fine Arts of the city of Blois and can be proud to welcome great names in art such as Rubens, Ingres or Boucher. We also go there for the famous staircase of François Ier, the view on the Loire and the old town. Finally, its breathtaking Sound and Light show is unique in the valley of the Loire

What to do around the castle of Blois?

If you want to maximize your visit to the Loire Valley castles, the Royal Chateau de Blois is a great option to combine with the Chateau de Chambord (a 20-minute drive away) if you only have a day in the Loire Valley. Fan of conjuring? Open the doors of the House of Magic located on the castle square where you can discover a magnificent exhibition and a superb show. Plan two days to make the most famous Loire châteaux with a 75km journey between the Château de Chambord and the Château de Chenonceau, passing by the royal castle of Blois and the royal castle of Amboise. In three days and with your family, end in style by going down to the ZooParc de Beauval.

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