From December 1, visitors can learn about the games and entertainment enjoyed by the sovereigns and the court in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. Fans of the Grand Siècle can try their hand at trou-madame, a game that was very fashionable at the time of Louis XIV. For those who like more traditional games, goose, checkers and fox are available to the public.
Free access to the games from December 1st
The “Cléry Son Histoire en Lumière” association is offering an immersion into the festivities of the Renaissance:
– Strolling around the castle in Renaissance costume on the ground floor and 1st floor
– Continuous ancient games in the hunting room on the ground floor
– Medieval and Renaissance dances in the chapel on the 1st floor of the castle (2pm and 4pm)
– Knightly combat demonstrations in the formal gardens at 3pm (weather permitting)
– Presentation of arms and armour, arm of the cross East on the 1st floor of the château
2, 3, 9, 10, 16 and 17 December, 2pm to 5pm.
Organised by the Cléry Son Histoire en Lumière association.
– Strolling characters in costume
– Artistic fencing demonstrations and initiation workshop for young and old
– Music concerts
Continuous from December 17 to 30 from 10 am to 5 pm except on December 24 until 4 pm
Proposed by the actors of the Midnight Première troupe.