Château de Vincennes Château de Vincennes

Château de Vincennes

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Tickets to the Château de Vincennes

Entrance ticket

  • Ticket valid for one year
  • E-ticket accepted
  • Provides access to the whole castle as well as its temporary exhibitions

Access to the upper parts of the donjon is subject to a reservation and subject to a supplementary fee.

€9.50

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What to expect

Discover the Château de Vincennes, at the gates of Paris. A former hunting lodge, a royal residence and then a state prison that equalled the Bastille, the Château de Vincennes enables visitors to trace the history of the great kings of France, from Saint Louis and Louis XIII, through to Charles V and Louis XIV. Its 52 metre high donjon is the highest in Europe and provides breathtaking views of Paris.

Thanks to your priority tickets, you will gain access the castle, its holy chapel, the donjon as well as any temporary exhibitions taking place at the time of your visit.

Schedule of the Château de Vincennes

High season (21 May to 21 September) : open every day from 10 am to 6 pm
Access to the Sainte-Chapelle is permitted from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm and from 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm

Low season (22 September to 20 May) : Open every day from 10 am to 5 pm
Access to the Sainte-Chapelle is permitted from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm and from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Warning:
Final admission takes place 15 minutes before closing time
The upper parts of the donjon are only accessible by reservation and with a supplementary fee.

Closed: 1 January, 1 May, 1 November, 11 November and 25 December.

Admission is free of charge for:

  • Guests less than 18 years old (family and school groups)
  • Guests aged between 18-25 years (nationals of European Union countries and non-European regular residents on French territory)
  • Handicapped visitors and a single accompanying person
  • Holders of Culture / ICOM Cards
  • Those currently seeking employment, on presentation of a certificate that is less than 6 months old
  • For all, the first Sunday of each month, from November 1st to March 31st

Free guided tours are provided in French (duration: about 1h30)

Opening hours: every day at 10:30 am / 2:15 pm / 3:00 pm
Tours can be enjoyed without reservation and free of charge, after payment of entrance fee.
Attention: exceptionally these free tours may be cancelled due to closures, technical or personal reasons.

Customer Reviews

5/52 reviews

Kirk R.
5/5
July 28th 2022
Great time visiting the Tower.
A. K.
5/5
Very easy to use
April 6th 2022
Very easy to use. Booked a ticket for the Château de Vincennes visit. Ticket received immediately on the phone.

Map

Map
Address
Avenue de Paris
94300 Vincennes
Public transportation
(M)
1Château de Vincennes
(RER)
AVincennes
(B)
46Parc Floral

Common questions

Where is the Château de Vincennes?

The address of the Château de Vincennes is Avenue de Paris in Vincennes, France (94300) less than 2km from the Paris ring road.

How to get to the Château de Vincennes?

The castle is wonderfully served by public transport. The RER A serves Vincennes. By metro, line 1 is ideal with its Château de Versailles station. If you want to go to the Château de Vincennes by bus, take lines 115, 118 or 46.

What is the price of the ticket to visit the Château de Vincennes?

The price for visiting the Château de Vincennes is €9.50. Admission is free for children under 18 and European Union nationals under 25.

How long to visit the Château de Vincennes?

Count from 1h30 to 2h of visit to be unbeatable on the castle and its history.

What to do around the Château de Vincennes?

A visit to the Château de Vincennes can be combined wonderfully with a stroll through the Parc Floral de Paris, the entrance to which is located just next to the esplanade of the Château de Vincennes. The more sporty will go up avenue Daumesnil towards Paris for 2 km to visit the Zoo de Vincennes.

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