Château de Montsoreau-Museum of contemporary art
Passage du marquis de Geoffre
49730 Montsoreau, Loire Valley.
Open all year.



Over 18 years old


from 5 to 18 years old

Free admission

disabled, children undern 5 years old, press

Reduced price


Reduced price

job seekers

Family Rate

2 adults - 2 children

Opening hours

Annual closure from January 7th  to 31st , 2019

January / February / March / October / November / December
12 a.m – 6 p.m

12 a.m – 7 p.m

May / June / July / August / September
10 a.m – 7 p.m

Closed on December 24th, 25th and January 1st





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By road

Motorway A85 exit n°5 Bourgueil (follow Saumur) D960
Free parking located at Quai Alexandre Dumas, on the banks of the Loire,
at the foot of the château (15 parking spaces)
Arceau Parking, 5 minutes by foot (300 parking spaces)

By train

Port Boulet station : 11 km
Saumur station : 17 km
Tours station: 57 km

By plane

Angers Marcé airport : 59 km
Tours Loire Valley airport : 74 km
Poitiers Biard Airport : 80 km
Nantes Atlantic airport: 159 km
Look for a flight on

By bus

Bus Saumur-Montsoreau:
Schedules here

By boat

Cruises Saumur-Montsoreau
Every saturday, from July 6 to August 31
Cruise duration : 1h15

Plan your visit

Payment methods: cash, cheques, holiday cheques, credit card.
Last entry 45 minutes before the site closes.
Languages spoken: French / English / Spanish.
Lockers are available.
Bicycle parking is available.
Changing table for babies is available.
Lift is available.
Dogs are accepted as long as they stay on a leash.
Seat cane is available.
Stroller parking is available.

Ideally located on the banks of the Loire, in the Loire-Anjou-Touraine Regional Natural Park, in one of the most beautiful villages in France, the Château of Montsoreau-Museum of contemporary art allows you not only to visit a national monument but also discover a private collection of contemporary art. There are many activities on the Loire ( canoeing, water skiing, boat…), there is wine tourism (Saumur and Chinon wines), hot air ballooning, visits to the troglodytic village of Turquant, the collegiate church of Candes-Saint-Martin, at the confluence of the Vienne and the Loire, or the Fontevraud Abbey.
More information is to be found on the Anjou Tourism Website.