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The chateau de Clisson is a multi-facetted monument. It was an unassailable fortress, a Duke's residence and a Romantic ruin. Its stones survived the passing of time (from the 11th to the 19th century) and today, they tell many stories of very...more
This is an imposing and historical castle but why the authorities have decided to change the night colors every few seconds is impossible to contemplate. The result was to reduce a dignified structure to a tacky Disneyland impression.
Date of experience: October 2018
Grand Patrimoin... d, Responsable relations publiques at Clisson Castle, responded to this reviewResponded 9 November 2018
Hello Arne S.,
We regret that you have not appreciated the experience and we take note of your comment.
Wishing you a great day.
Gaëlle, Community manager
I took the train to Clisson and the journey was great going through the Muscadet vineyards.
I was expecting to see a castle not ruins nevertheless, I enjoyed the visit and was able to use my imagination to see how it was in the past....More
Not to expensive at 3euro each
Great place to go and even kids would like this pretty and safe castle to explore
Stop en route to your beach resort for a break from driving
What a fantastic, and beautiful, historical place. As soon as we saw the castle, we were transported back in time. On the grass around the castle, there are info-boards (in english) that gives you an idea of the times and wars the city has been...More
We went into the town of Clisson, we visited the castle, disabled people get in for free and an adult is just 3 euro's, children to the age of 14 go for free as well. There is a booklet you get with all the information...More
Although mostly a ruin, there is more than enough left to give the impression of what was once a commandingly large castle overlooking the river. Some parts are closed off due to safety concerns and there is a little scaffolding but there are great views...More
We visited recently on an excursion from a cruise on the River Loire. We did not actually go into the castle but walked around the outside. While largely ruined, it and the church dominate the town and provide great photo opportunites. It has a real...More
The castle is largely a ruin but tall walls remain and you can visualize the structure as it once was. It is very picturesque above a medieval town and lovely river. You will get lots of beautiful photos of the castle and from the castle...More
Response from grandpatrimoine | Property representative |
L'entrée au château est de 3€ en tarif plein, 2€ en tarif réduit (14-18 ans, étudiants, demandeurs d'emploi, groupe à partir de 15 personnes). L'entrée est gratuite pour les moins de 14 ans accompagnés, les... More
L'entrée au château est de 3€ en tarif plein, 2€ en tarif réduit (14-18 ans, étudiants, demandeurs d'emploi, groupe à partir de 15 personnes). L'entrée est gratuite pour les moins de 14 ans accompagnés, les visiteurs en situation de handicap, les journalistes, les spécialistes du patrimoine et les professionnels du tourisme.
Si vous le souhaitez, vous pouvez aussi vous inscrire aux visites guidées, qui ont lieu à 11h, 14h30 et 16h pour 3€ de plus en tarif plein, 2€ en tarif réduit.