Château du Pailly : détail architecturalMention obligatoire pour toute utilisation : ©Ass. Renaissance Château du Pailly - Boris Beluche

Still partly surrounded by moats, the former fortress-palace of the Saulx-Tavannes family orients one of its facades towards a garden of classical composition that ends on a shaded promenade of lime trees carved into a marquise. Reinvented in the 19th century by the Breuil de Saint Germain family, the large parterre is decorated with a circular basin on which eight median alleys end, delimiting four parterres and four green carpets; it is the subject of a flowering based on annuals. To the north and east, the garden is surrounded by a mall of lime trees.

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Schedules :
Free visits from 2.15 pm to 5.30 pm (exterior and golden room): gates close at 6 pm.
The castle is open from April to September:
April: Easter weekend: Sunday 9 and Monday 10 April
May: Sundays and public holidays (1st, 8th, 18th and 29th)
June: Thursday to Sunday
July/August: Tuesday to Sunday
September: 1st and every weekend until 17th September
Guided tours without reservation (exterior and north wing): Sundays and public holidays at 2.30 pm and 4 pm, Thursdays and Saturdays at 3 pm.
Outdoor facilities
  • Free car park
  • Guided tour: 7 €
  • Guided tour (reduced price): 6 € (students, job seekers, PASS 52, people with reduced mobility)
  • Entrance (without guided tour): 4 €
  • Entrance (without guided tour)-(reduced price): 3 € (students, job seekers, PASS 52, people with reduced mobility)
  • Free for children under 12
Payment methods
  • Bank Cheques and Postal Orders
  • Cash
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Office de Tourisme du Pays de Langres
Square Olivier Lahalle
BP16 - 52201 Langres cedex
Tél : 03 25 87 67 67
Fax : 03 25 87 73 33
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