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Castle of Matel

Monument in Roanne

Located in Roanne, in the Loire, the Château de Matel was originally a 16th century building destroyed by fire in 1594 during the war of the leagues. Rebuilt the same year, it underwent a major restoration campaign at the beginning of the 18th century in the style of the time.

Became the property of Captain Poulot, a chemist and original adventurer who blew up the outbuildings during a scientific experiment, the Château de Matel then passed into the hands of André Citroën in 1919. Today, the building with its outbuildings and its thirteen-hectare park is used for the organization of weddings and seminars, and offers guest rooms for rent.

Part of the park of the Château de Matel is however the property of the municipality of Roanne, it is registered in the pre-inventory of the Jardin Remarquable label.

Opening timesMonday: 07:30 AM – 09:00 PM   •   Tuesday: 07:30 AM – 09:00 PM   •   Wednesday: 07:30 AM – 09:00 PM   •   Thursday: 07:30 AM – 09:00 PM   •   Friday: 07:30 AM – 09:00 PM   •   Saturday: Closed   •   Sunday: Closed
Address19 Allée du Château de Matel, Roanne
Telephone+33 7 81 13 11 44

Other monuments nearby

Abbey of CharlieuCharlieu (12.3 km)
Chapel Saint-GeorgesThizy-les-Bourgs (16.3 km)
Church of IguerandeIguerande (16.9 km)
Castle of the RocheSaint-Priest-la-Roche (18.1 km)
Castle of MaulevrierMelay (18.6 km)
Church Saint-PaulChâteauneuf (21 km)
Castle of the BanchetChâteauneuf (21 km)
Abbey Saint-RigaudLigny-en-Brionnais (22 km)


Monday 15 april
Min. 12°C - Max. 20°C
Tuesday 16 april
Min. 7°C - Max. 12°C
Wednesday 17 april
Min. 5°C - Max. 12°C

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