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, -5 years old, press, inhabitants from Montsoreau and Mountsorrel

Reduced price


Reduced price

job seekers

Family Rate

2 adults - 2 children

Opening hours

Annual closure from January 13rd  to 31st , 2020

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





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
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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.
Texts of mediation within the museum translated into English, Spanish, Italian.
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.

Access for disabled visitors

Specific accomodations helps the site’s accessibility to persons  with disabilities:

Reserved parking area.
A lift ensures the access to the first and the second floor of the museum.
Guide dogs or Handi’ Chiens assistance dogs, whether in a host family or with a beneficiary, are welcome at the Château of Montsoreau – Museum of Contemporary Art.

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