Open every day of the year
WE love : an ideal castle with young children
Tales : the storytellers tell the stories of Charles Perrault
Duration: count at least 2 hours
The castle of Breteuil: visit a castle of the seventeenth century
Visit the castle of Breteuil, it is:
- meet a family whose ancestors have made the history of this place for 4 centuries.
- visit a castle at theseventeenth-century architecture,
- discover a superb heritage made of paintings, furniture, works of art...
Visit the gardens of the castle of Breteuil:
- the French Garden
- the Garden of Princes (or English garden), decorated with Japanese cherry trees and fruit trees.
- the labyrinthyou might run into Cinderella dancing with her Prince Charming.
Perrault's tales honoured at the Château de Breteuil
The tales of Charles Perrault are told by costumed storytellers
- The tales of Perrault are staged in the park and in the castle garden
- At 2.30 pm every Saturday, Sunday, public holidays.And every day at 2.30 pm during school holidays in zone C
- Kids love! Nevertheless, some parents warn us that very young children may be scared by some tales, such as that of Bluebeard.
7 famous tales of Perrault are staged with about twenty wax figures in the castle's outbuildings.
- the Tom Thumb and his brothers who took refuge in the fruit
- little Red Riding Hood at the bedside of his strange Mother-grand in the dollhouse
- the Puss in Boots in the stables
- Cinderella dressed in her beautiful dress in the stables, come face to face with the impressive
- Blue Beard in the hunting lounge, meet the sweet princess
- Donkey Skin in charge of the most ungrateful work in the laundry
- the Sleeping Beauty.
Chateau de Breteuil - Rates
- Prices depend on the formula chosen: "visit castle + gardens + tales" or "gardens + tales".
- Reduced fares for children, over 60 years of age, teachers, jobseekers, military personnel, large families, people with disabilities - on presentation of supporting documents
- Free for children under 5
Picnic area - Restaurant
- Picnic areas are provided for those who have brought their own snacks! There are even picnic areas with shelter.
- If you have forgotten your picnic, a kiosk is available to buy pancakes, croque-monsieur and sells ice cream and drinks.
- A tea room is open on Sundays and holidays (but not all year round).
How to get to Chateau de Breteuil?
- By car, from the west of Paris : at the Saint Cloud gate, follow the Bordeaux direction, then the N118, then exit Saclay. At the Saclay exit take the N306 (then D906) towards Chevreuse. In Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse (before Chevreuse) follow the Molières then the signs "château de Breteuil".
- By car from the south of Paris : Porte d'Italie or Porte d'Orléans, take the A6 towards Lyon then the A10 towards Bordeaux, then exit at Les Ulis. At the Les Ulis exit, take the direction of Chartres until Gometz-la-Ville. In Gometz-la-Ville, direction Les Molières.
- By car from Bordeaux or Chartres (A10) : Rochefort en Yvelines exit, (1st exit after the Saint Arnould toll). Take the direction of Bullion, Cernay-la-Ville or Dampierre until there are signs "Château de Breteuil".
- By car from Normandy On the A13, as you approach Versailles, take the A12 towards Rambouillet. At the end of the A12 continue on the N10, still towards Rambouillet, for about 5km. Exit after Trappes when you see the sign for Mesnil-Saint-Denis (on the right). At this exit turn immediately left towards Le Mesnil-Saint-Denis then Chevreuse or Dampierre. Either at Chevreuse or Dampierre motorists will find signs "château de Breteuil".
- By car from Versailles From Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse by Buc (D 938) : reach Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse via Buc (D 938). In Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse, go to Les Molières and follow the signs to the castle. By public transport:
- If you don't have a BALADOBUS car (Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse, RER B): coach connections on Sundays and public holidays from 5 April to 25 October 2020. Schedules, fares and itinerary
- Parking is free