Group visits- Throughout the year, reservation required.

(Except 25th December and 1st January)

Visits to the Royal Saint-Louis Chapel.

  • Guided visits in French.

    Guided visits are led by a guide, and last approximately 45 minutes. They include the chance to discover the Royal Saint-Louis Chapel with its remarkable stained-glass windows from the Sèvres manufacture, the exceptional recumbent effigies and King Louis-Philippe’s mausoleum. Then, at the end of your visit, you will have the chance to stroll freely around the main park.

  • Visit with a visitor guide, in French and in English.
  • Visit with audio-guide available in French and in English, reservation required, supplement payable.

Group price applies for more than 20 people.

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Guided visit "The castral origins of the Royal Chapel of Dreux domain"

Remains of the Dreux fortress. Built in the 7th century on a promontory overlooking the meandering river Blaise, the Dreux fortress took on a strategic importance on the border between the Duchy of Normandy and the royal domain. It was most notably the scene for confrontation between Richard the Lionheart and King Philippe-Auguste, then later between King Henri IV and the Catholic League.

This visit offers the chance to discover the remains of this fortress that was replaced in the 19th century by the Royal Saint-Louis Chapel of Dreux, the resting place of King Louis-Philippe and his family members.

Guided visit in French, lasting approximately 1hr15, which includes a chance for visitors to discover, with commentary, the remains of the fortress and to freely visit the Royal Chapel, with a visitor guide in French.

Special entrance price

promontoire dominant les méandres de la Blaisevestiges de la forteresse de Dreux

Group visits for the sight impaired.

For these visitors, a guided group visit is organised. Reservation is required. This offers them the chance to enjoy a tactile visit of the funerary sculptures, complemented by commentary from a guide.

Group visits