Château de Kerjean

Saint-Vougay, France

The construction of Château de Kerjean began in 1670 by Louis Barbier. It is one of the most largest and glorious castles in the region. Today Kerjean is open to the public and there is a 20-hectares park surrounding the castle.



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Founded: 1670
Category: Castles and fortifications in France

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Tobias Werner (3 years ago)
It is just a little chateau ? but the history of this place is really nicely documented and how life was in the old days. A lot of films and animations are shown. Some of the rooms are dedicated to exhibitions and on our visit they showed old world maps ?. Children 7-17 1€, 17-25 4€, Adults 8€ - worth every cent :-)
Jérôme Gendek (3 years ago)
Kate M Armstrong (4 years ago)
Interesting history very well preserved and presented
Jonathan Pritchard-Barrett (5 years ago)
A really beautiful Breton chateau, lots of extraordinary 17th Century furniture.
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