The chateau is open from 21 March until 15 November in 2020
INFO COVID-19 In accordance with government regulations, the Château of Ancy le Franc will not open on March 21 and shall stay closed until further notice
Closed every non-Bank-Holiday Monday
Guided Tours for individual visitors depart every hour:
In the morning at 10.30hrs and 11.30hrs
In the afternoon at 14.00hrs, 15.00hrs, 16.00hrs (and from April until end of September at 17.00hrs also).
Opening hours :
Visit at your own pace – outside of the guided tour hours:
March, April, May, June, September: 10:00am–12:30am, 2:00–6:00pm
July, August : 10:00am–6:00pm (included Mondays 01:30–6:00pm)
October, November: 10:00am–12:30am, 2:00–6:00pm
2 features are available to help you enjoy the journey through the chateau’s history:
Brochures in French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Russian, Danish, Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese & Japanese.
Audio guides to rent for the tour (French, English, German, Italian, Dutch & Chinese) 3 €
A kids version (French, English, German & Dutch) 3 €
Audio tours: you can download an audio tour for your smartphone, Ipod or MP3 player (download free audio tour)
Tickets can be purchased from the reception in the entrance hall of the chateau.
There is a kiosk on site.
You can park in the chateau driveway, at the sided of the Montbard road.
Double ticket – Chateau & Park
Enjoy the beautiful garden on the south side with a stroll around the pond and the romantic folly from the 18th century. An original way to complete your visit of Ancy le Franc with the discovery of the fabulous news gardens, the east & east parterres!
Full rate: € 9.00 (€ 12.00 guided)
*Reduced rate: € 8.00 (€ 10.00 guided)
Children: € 6.00 (6 – 15 yrs, free entry for children under 6)
Chateau & park (double ticket): park/gardens always non guided
Full rate: € 13.00 (€ 15.00 guided)
*Reduced rate: € 11.00 (€ 13.00 guided)
Children: € 8.00 (6 – 15 yrs, free entry for children under 6)
* for groups of 20 persons or more, students, holders of large families cards, unemployment cards or any of the following local tourist passes: “Route des Ducs”, “Les Incontournables”, on presentation of proof
You are not allowed to take push chairs, even fold-up models, rucksacks or umbrella’s into the rooms, because of the fragile state of the decorations. Pets are not admitted, for the same reason, either in the park.