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Château et jardins de Kergroadez

  • Historical sites and monuments

Built by the Marquis François III de Kergroadez, the early 17th-century Château de Kergroadez, near Brest, is a classic of defensive architecture dating from the Breton Renaissance period. This vast residence is constructed entirely of Lanildut granite, around a square courtyard enclosed by a defensive wall. Every summer, we organise activities for all the family: candlelit tours, story-telling, donkey rides, concerts, parties, special visits for children and a Son et Lumière spectacular in July 2017. A walk in the leafy 22-hectare park is an opportunity to observe the biodiversity of Kergroadez: the herb garden, the pond, the wildflower meadow and new plantations of rare tree and plant species (some here introduced to France for the first time). In april: plant collection and wildlife day.

Localisation

  • In the country

Facilities

  • Bar

Services

  • Shop

Activities

  • Specific theme activities
  • Junior workshop
  • Temporary exhibitions

Disabled access

  • yes

Pets allowed

  • yes

Method of payment

  • Postal or bank cheques
  • Holiday vouchers
  • Cash
Type min max condition
Base rate - full rate adult
Child rate
Concessions
Base rate - full rate adult

Kergroadez

29810 Brélès

Phone contact

02 98 32 43 93

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