Hours

  • Feb – march: 9.30am-5.30pm
  • April 1–June 30: 9.30am-6.30pm
  • July–Agust: 9am-7pm
  • Sept 1–Nov 11: 9.30am-6.30pm
  • Nov 14–Jan 31 : 10am – 5pm
    Except Dec 25 : 2pm – 5pm

Last admission one hour before closing time

Rates

Individual visitors

  • Adults
  • 10€ / 11€ *
  • 18-25
  • 8€ / 9€ *
  • 10 – 17
  • 5€ / 5,50€ *
* High season : April 1st – Nov 11
  • Under 10
  • FREE
  • Membership
  • 23€
Season ticket valid for 1 year

Groups

  • For more information, please contact us at (+33)02.47.96.72.60

Château de Langeais

How to come?

By car or bus

25 minutes from Tours on the A85 towards Saumur (exit 7)

1 hour from Angers

1h15 from Le Mans

1h20 from Poitiers and Vierzon

2 hours from Nantes

2.5 hours from Paris via A10 and A85

3 hours from Rennes

By train

Railway station 5 minutes walk away.

Regular connections with Tours and Saumur.

Tours St-Pierre-des-Corps TGV station 55 minutes from Paris Montparnasse.

Loisirys offer, to travel at 50% to the castle of Langeais : click here

Our partnership with the SNCF, TER Centre-Val de Loire :

Château de Langeais

Château et parc de Langeais

Place Pierre de Brosse
37130 Langeais FRANCE

  • (+33)02 47 96 72 60
  • contact@chateau-de-langeais.com

Parking lot:

Free visitor parking (rue Foulque Nerra) near the castle

Bicycle parking along the castle (rue Foulque Nerra)

Bus parking 5 minutes away (minute stop in front of the Tourist Office)

Visit and disabilities

Visitors with cognitive disabilities

Adapted visit cards are available for accompanying persons with mental disabilities: they are available on request at the castle reception.

Physically impaired visitors

The Château de Langeais is a medieval building classified as a Historic Monument. Its configuration can make it difficult for people with reduced mobility to access. However, we offer the possibility of reserved access for wheelchair users by appointment on 02 47 96 72 60. Visitors in wheelchairs must be accompanied by an able-bodied person throughout the visit (crossing inclined planes, gravelled and sloping paths on the outside). Only the ground floor of the castle is accessible, however, we would like to draw the attention of visitors to the narrowness of certain doors. Entrance to the castle is free of charge for wheelchair users, the usual admission fee applies to the accompanying person.