- Cultural heritage -

Castle of Tournon sur Rhône

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Description

Dating back to the 10th - 16th C. , the castle of Tournon houses a museum labelled "Musée de France". Discover the rich collections from the Renaissance to the present day. Rooms with furnitures and collections linked with the Rhône river and the Fine Arts.

Tour

The shop at the reception sells many items linked with the history of Tournon and the exhibitions.

Tours languages

  • English
  • French

Information panels languages

  • French

Group tour average time: 60min

Individual tour average time: 60min

Grouped tour

Unguided group tours available permanently, Guided group tours on request

Individual tour

Unguided individual tours available permanently

Characteristics

Sleeps

Groups size: from 10 to 30 people

Languages spoken

  • English
  • French

Payment methods

  •  Bank/credit card
  •  Travellers Cheque
  •  Cash
  •  Pass’Région
  •  Check

Seminar and reception rooms

Informations

  • Maximum capacity: 49 people
  • Equipped meeting rooms quantity: 1

Services

  •  Chair
  •  Table
  •  Rectangular table
  •  Family Reception/drinks reception
  •  Seminar/meeting
  •  Restaurant in the close vicinity
  •  Accommodation in the close vicinity

Meetings rooms

Caveau

Sleeps
50 people
Area
120 m2
Natural light
Yes
Disposition
Classroom room
N.C
Theatre style
N.C
U-shape
50 places
Banquet
N.C
Cocktail
N.C
Square
N.C

Services

  •   Exhibition space
  •   Car park
  •   Parking
  •   Leisure Center
  •   Tourist brochures
  •   Set down on-site for groups
  •   Shop
  •   Room hire
  •   Themed tour
  •   Guided tours
  •   Educational visits
  •   Not accessible in a wheelchair
  •   Family Reception/drinks reception
  •   Seminar/meeting

Prices

Group adults: from 3 €
Group children: from 20 €.

Free entry for children < 7 years, the holders of the Pass'Région card, disabled people.
Group rate available for > 10 people.

Interactive map


 In the heart of the city on a big roc, next to the river Rhône. Entrance next to the city hall of Tournon.

See also