Petit Futé's opinion on AUZERS CASTLE
Set in a green setting, looking out over the peaks of Puy Mary, the castle of Auzers will surprise you with its false austerity. Property of the Douhet family since the 15th century, it was entirely rebuilt in 1510 with the main building flanked by three massive towers. An Auvergne style, polychrome frescoes from the 16th century, documents from King Louis XVI, Empire furniture donated by the emperor himself... The visit is a real plunge into the history of France through this castle and the ancestors of the current owners.
Opening time and information on AUZERS CASTLE
High season: open every day and on public holidays from 2pm to 6:30pm. From Easter to June 30th and from September 1st to All Saints' Day: Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday from 3 to 6 pm. By appointment all year round. Free for children under 7 years old. Adults: 8 €. Children (from 7 to 14 years old): 3 €. Group (10 people): 5 €. Credit card not accepted. Holiday vouchers. Catering (for groups: day package with meal on request). Hiring of the rooms or the castle for a private day or evening.
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