Sites & Monuments

Maison Renaissance

MONTOIRE-SUR-LE-LOIR

About

The Renaissance house, built in the early 16th century, was inhabited by the Frédureau family who held important duties, as they held the charge of bailiffs. Inhabited during the 19th century by the landscape painter named Charles Busson. It is a wonderful, fortified château composed of a main building with a Renaissance facade and another wing. These two buildings are linked by a small tower in which there is a beautiful spiral staircase with its door and dormers finely carved. The inner courtyard extends by a park with century-old trees and a formal garden.

The Renaissance house, built in the early 16th century, was inhabited by the Frédureau family who held important duties, as they held the charge of bailiffs. Inhabited during the 19th century by the landscape painter named Charles Busson. It is a wonderful, fortified château composed of a main building with a Renaissance facade and another wing. These two buildings are linked by a small tower in which there is a beautiful spiral staircase with its door and dormers finely carved. The inner courtyard extends by a park with century-old trees and a formal garden.

The Renaissance house, built in the early 16th century, was inhabited by the Frédureau family who held important duties, as they held the charge of bailiffs. Inhabited during the 19th century by the landscape painter named Charles Busson. It is a wonderful, fortified château composed of a main building with a Renaissance facade and another wing. These two buildings are linked by a small tower in which there is a beautiful spiral staircase with its door and dormers finely carved. The inner courtyard extends by a park with century-old trees and a formal garden.

  • Spoken languages

    French, English

  • Duration

    01h00

Useful information

Capacity

  • Groups 20 max person(s)
  • Type(s) of visit
    • Guided tour
  • Ticket office closing time
    • 30 mn avant

Tarifs et paiement

Payment methods :
Cheques
Cash
  • Free rate

Opening days

  • From 01/07/24 to 15/07/24

    • Lundi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Mardi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Mercredi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Jeudi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Vendredi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Samedi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Dimanche : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
  • From 01/08/24 to 15/08/24

    • Lundi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Mardi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Mercredi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Jeudi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Vendredi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Samedi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Dimanche : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
  • From 01/09/24 to 15/09/24

    • Lundi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Mardi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Mercredi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Jeudi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Vendredi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Samedi : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30
    • Dimanche : from 10h00 at 12h30
      and from 14h30 at 18h30

Contact and access

Renaissance Centre
44 place Clemenceau
41800 MONTOIRE-SUR-LE-LOIR
02 54 72 66 81 06 14 71 47 98 Site internet