Welcome to the châteaux of the Drôme
26th September


Château de Grignan
10 - 12.30 am / 2 - 6 pm

Château de Suze-la-Rousse
10 - 12.30 am / 2 - 6 pm

Château de Montélimar
10 - 12.30 am / 2 - 6 pm

The week's agenda

Tous créatifs !

Parcours de visite familial
Du 8.06.2020 au 31.12.2020

Qui vivait au château au Moyen Age ? Comment vivait-on ? Comment construit-on un palais ? Que mangeait-on ? Comment le seigneur s'adressait à ses sujets ?

Pour y répondre : jeux de piste, ambiances sonores, devinettes tactiles, réalité augmentée, expression libre, manipulation d'objets, jeux de construction, et de nombreuses autres surprises à découvrir...

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Château de Adhémar

Family treasure hunt

Animation for young and old

• Family treasure hunt In the footsteps of Charles IX

Château de Suze la rousse

New at Suze !

Palm game

A new installation will see the light of day during the summer (forecast: mid-July) on the ground floor of the Château de Suze-la-Rousse, in the old kitchens. An educational and fun device on the room and the tennis court will allow you to discover the history of this building, one of the oldest in Europe, and the rules of a game widely used during the Renaissance.
Within the installation, the public will be able to experience this popular and aristocratic leisure - precursor of our current ball games (tennis, Basque pelota ...) - thanks to a video game (wii type).

Château de Suze la rousse

Adapted visit route

In order to visit the Castles with complete peace of mind, please follow these recommendations:

• Respect the direction of visit •
Maintain a distance of 1 m between you and other visitors
• Wear a mask inside

Pass Drôme

The Castles of Drôme, partners of the Pass Drome

Take advantage of your holidays to visit the 3 castles of the Drôme with the Pass Drôme (18 € per adult and child from 12 years old), or buy a Clef des châteaux card with the Pass Drôme to enjoy advantages for 1 year ( € 20 per adult and child from 12 years old)!