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Castles in Lyons Andelle

Vascoeuil castle

The castle is situated at the border of Lyons’ forest and at the heart of the Andelle valley. The castle has an octagonal tower of the 12th century, annex buildings from the 17th century, and a dove tower with the original moving ladder. It is today a renowned art centre.

This domain opened to the public in 1970 after a remarkable architectural and landscape restoration. It hosted the works of the greatest contemporary artists such as Braque, Buffet, Chemiakin, Cocteau, Dali and even Delvaux.

There is a French garden and an English park, bordered by meanderings and waterfalls of the river Crevon. In the park, you can admire about 60 sculptures made in bronze, marble, mosaic and ceramic.

During the high season, temporary exhibitions of paintings and sculptures are organized on the 3 floors of the castle, but also at the Gallery and the Dove Tower.
Temporary events are also organised during the season.

Offered services: tea room – restaurant, shop – book shop, free car park, toilets. Pushchairs can access this site. Animals accepted on a leash only.


Château de Vascoeuil
8 rue Jules Michelet
27910 Vascoeuil

Telephone : +33 (0)2 35 236 235

E-mail :





2019 Opening hours : open from 13 April to 24 November 2019, closed from 21 to 30 October.

  • From April 13th to June 30th and from September 4th to October 20th: Wednesday to Sunday and bank holidays, 2:30pm to 6pm
  • From July 1st to September 1st: every day and holidays : 11am to 6:30pm
  • From Novembre 1st to 24th: Saturday, Sunday and holidays, 2pm to 5pm.

Rates (access to the whole site and the temporary exhibition):


  • Adults: 10€
  • Reduced: 6,5€ (unemployed, disabled, children over 7, students)
  • Family rate: 25€ – children under 7: free.

Groups (daily including morning) by appointment:

  • + 20 people: free visit (7,50€/p), with 20mn welcome address: (9€/p) or guided 60 min. (11€/p)
  • From 12 to 19 people: free visit (8€), with 20mn welcome address: (11,50€), guided (13,50€)
  • School groups: 4.50€ per person (for students and accompanying persons) – free for teachers – 3 booklets available: € 1.50 each
  • Lunch menus or Norman snacks for groups on site at “La Cascade” along the river
  • Free access for groups’ driver: 1 per 20 paid entries

Heudicourt castle

Castle from the 18th century, classified as French Historic Monument, with rose bricks, surrounded by ditches and gardens « à la française ».

Living rooms, guard room, library, souvenirs dating to Madame de Maintenon (XVIIth century) and Napoleon.

The castle was built between 1574 and 1661, upon a hunting meeting of Dagobert.

The park of the castle was entirely restored after the great storm of 1999. It is a park « à la Française », designed during the 18th century with straights alleys, verdant squares, pretty perspectives and drainage ditches. To get to the castle, you have to drive on the « cathedral alley », a road bordered by trees for 1,2 kilometres.


Château de Heudicourt
1 Grande Rue
27860 Heudicourt

Phone : +33 (0)2 32 55 86 06

E-mail :

2019 Opening hours :

  • Castle open on Sundays in June and Heritage Days in September from 2.30pm to 6pm.
  • Park open from September 1st to 30th every day: € 2.5 (free if visiting the castle on the dates of its opening).

Rates: adults: € 7.50 – children (7-12 years): € 3.5

Groups: € 6.5 / person: every day by reservation (min. 20 pers.) From Easter to All Saints.

Château ouvert les dimanches de juin et Journées du Patrimoine en septembre de 14h30 à 18h.Parc ouvert du 1er au 30 septembre tous les jours : 2,5€ (gratuit si visite du château aux dates de son ouverture).Tarifs : adultes : 7,50€ – enfants (7-12 ans) : 3,5€ – Groupes : 6,5€/personne : tous les jours sur réservation (min 20 pers.) de Pâques à la Toussaint.

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