Prices :
Guided tours : 5€ full price – 4€ reduced price (groups, youth 6 to 17 years old, persons with disabilities, job seekers). Tickets on sale at the castle or at the Tourist Office.

Guided tours schedule :
From February to November, every day at 10am, 2.30pm and 4pm for the church (except religious event)

Free access :
The castle grounds are open from 8am to 5pm (October to March) and until 7.30pm (April to September).


Monument historiqueGisors has a long history as a major military fortress between the Norman Vexin and the French Vexin. From the end 11th century, an imposing mound made of earth and stone, consolidated by internal wooden trunks is build by William the Conqueror second son. Above this mound, a first fortification called “shirt” (chemise) and a large wooden tower are erected…

The Gisors Castle is an exceptional monument, which is why we devoted a full page to its history. We invite you to discover it by clicking the following link. Learn more

7€ per adult
3,50€ for children from 7 to 12 years old
Free for children under 7 years old
free access to the park

Open :
Every sundays of June from 2.30pm to 6pm and the weekend of the European Heritage Day in September
Park open from 1st July to 30th September from 10am to 6pm


Monument historiqueTo reach this Norman brick castle, you will go through a beautiful avenue of plane trees and lime trees. The garden of this French park are classically inspired and remain loyal to the original plan of the 18th century. They are arranged around an axis distributing flowerbeds, groves, star-shaped alleys, a theater of greenery, a circle of carriages and perspectives on the campaign.

Tel. 00 33 2 32 55 86 06
2 grande rue
27860 Heudicourt 12 km from Gisors

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Price : 7€

Open :
From 15th April to 15th October, sundays and bank holidays from 2.30pm to 6.30pm.
In August, guided tour everyday (except on tuesday) from 2.30pm to 6.30pm


Monument historiqueThis historical Monument high on the plans of Jules Hardouin Mansart is a pure example of the french style of the end of the 17th century. It was built in four years, from 1685 to 1689, at the request of the first marquis de Boury. On each side of the main courtyard are 2 elegant common, the Orangery and the 2 stables. The exceptional sculptures that animate the architecture are made by Michel Poissant. An orchard and a large tree-filled park crossed by a ru as well as Topiary boxwood complete the harmony.

Tel. 00 33 2 32 55 15 10
2, place du Tilleul
60240 Boury en Vexin 7 km from Gisors

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adult – 7,80€
reduced rates – from 3,70€ to 4,80€
family rates – 22€ et 26€
free for children under 6years old
Last ticket sold one hour before closing
Guided tour Sundays and bank holidays

Open :
From February 4th to March 24th and October 28th to November 26th from 10am to 5pm
From March 25th to October 27th from 10am to 6pm (7pm weekends and bank holidays)


Monument historiqueStanding against the chalk cliffs, this stronghold has been completely transformed through the centuries. From the medieval dungeon to the 18th century stables, from the troglodytical areas to the experimental vegetable garden and from the reception rooms to the pillboxes fitted out by Rommel. The castle offers an unusual journey through the time. Exhibitions throughout the year.

Tél. 00 33 1 34 79 74 42
1 rue de l’audience
95780 La Roche Guyon 28,9 km from Gisors

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Prices :
Self-guided tour 3,20€ / Reduced rates 2,70€
Guided tour : 4,50€
free of charge for children under 7 years old

Upper court and dungeon:
Open every day except on Tuesday from 1st April to 1st November 10am- 1pm and 2pm – 6pm. Last admission at 5.30pm

Guided tours for individuals : Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday and public holiday at 11.30am, 2.30pm and 4.30pm (depending on availability of guides).


Monument historiqueChâteau-Gaillard is the name given to the 12th century stonghold erected by Richard The Lion Heart, King of England, Duke of Normandy. On its rocky outcrop, the ruins of this powerful link in the Anglo-Norman Defence impose their shadow on the meanders of the Seine valley.

Tél. 00 33 2 32 54 41 93
27700 Les Andelys  35,9 km from Gisors

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Prices :
9,50€ from 8 years old
5,50€ and 6,50€ reduced rates
25€ family groups
Groups on reservation from 7,50€ to 8€

Open :
From 8th April to 26th November from 2.30pm to 6pm, Wednesday to Sunday and bank holidays.
July and August open every day from 10am to 1pm and from 2pm to 6.30pm


History and Art Center

Monument historiqueThe Vascoeuil castle has an octogon tower built in the 12th century as well as various outbuildings which include the special dovecot dating from the 17th century. A History and Art center, exhibitions of the works of well known modern artists are held here. The exceptional park contains over 50 sculptures as well as French and English style gardens. The famous historian, Jules Michelet, carried out his work here and there is a museum dedicated to him. Shop/bookshop – Tea room/Cascade restaurant.

Tél. 00 33 2 35 23 62 35
8, rue Jules Michelet
27910 Vascoeuil  45,8 km from Gisors

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