Until January 3, 2021
For the time being, only the gardens are accessibleUntil January 3, 2021A monumental projection on the front of the garden
Sumptuous Christmas decorations in the castle and garden (the castle is closed)
A Christmas in solidarity with the Red Cross
Fireplaces in the castle (the castle is closed)
A treasure hunt (twice a day) for children
Horse-drawn carriage rides
Thousands of garlands of light (from 7 November) And many other surprises...
Night falls on Vaux-le-Vicomte
We went there at the end of the day to discover the new Christmas decorations and thehe monumental projection on the facade of the castle garden side.
It's every visit, an enchantment to discover and rediscover the castle of Vaux-le-Vicomte and its sumptuous French garden. It is without question our favorite castle around Paris. A festive, united and luminous program this winter in Vaux!
The 360° view from the dome is extraordinary.. There we find out the French gardens of André le Nôtre to the statue of Hercules, the estate and its foreststhe outbuildings on both sides of the castle, the ponds, the great canalthe old stables...
A monumental projection on the facade of the castle
Every night, at dusk.The spectator will attend the projection of animated images retracing the highlights of the history of Vaux-le-Vicomte! Each session lasts about 8 minutes. The images fit perfectly with the façade and sublimate all the architectural details that make it up. A very beautiful sound and light!
Christmas at Vaux-le-Vicomte
13000 decorative objects
20,000 surprise gifts distributed to children (up to 17 years old)
4000m of light garlands
25,600 sparkling lights in the large living room
A luminous angel 3.5m high
A 5m high lighted squirrel (from November 7th)
From 17 October to 1 November: every day from 2.45 to 6.15 pm
From 7 to 22 November: Saturdays and Sundays from 11.45 am to 5.15 pm
From 25 November to 18 December: Wednesday to Friday, from 14.45 to 18.15 and Saturday and Sunday from 11.45 to 19.15.
From 19 December to 3 January: every day from 11.45 am to 7.15 pm
December 24 and December 31: from 11:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
25 December and 1 January: from 2.45 pm to 7.15 pm