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Château d'Argy

Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Indre

Château d'Argy - Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Indre

Built in the 15th and 16th centuries by Lord Charles de Brillac on the site of an old fortified manor, the elegant Château d'Argy boasts magnificent and well-preserved Renaissance architecture. The wonderful, richly-decorated, Italian-style gallery, Brillac tower and upper keep are fine examples of the period.

The 17th-century outbuildings, formerly a fortified farm, are today home to a museum of arts and rural traditions (Musée d'Arts et de Traditions Paysannes).

The 40-hectares estate featuring gardens, meadows, ornamental ponds and a lake is a haven of peace and a lovely place for a walk.

The venue regularly organises artistic and cultural events, and workshops on the themes of architecture and flora.

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