Chambord Passport

Enjoy the experience of an entire day in Chambord !

Come and enjoy a full day in Chambord and take full advantage of the many activities the estate has to offer.


The « Chambord Passport » ticket includes:

  • Admission to the château and gardens (ticket valid through 31/12/2019)
  • Admission to the horse + birds of prey show and related entertainment (ticket earmarked for the hour and day chosen by the customer)
  • Rental of a HistoPad from the age of 5 (ticket valid through 31/12/2019)
  • A special “réduction activités de loisirs”  pass (ticket valid through 4/11/2019) affording reduced price rental of equipment for one of the following recreational activities *

– Electric cart 45 minutes at a price of 25€ (instead of 28€)

– Adult bicycle package 1h at a price of 5€ (instead of 7€)

– Boat ride package 30 mn (1 or 2 persons) at a price of 13€ (instead of 16€)

– Boat ride package 30 mn (3 to 5 persons) at a price of 19€ (instead of 22€)

*Subject to availability


Period of validity 2019 of the « Day in Chambord » «  Chambord passport » ticket: From 27 April 2019 through 29 September 2019

*dates of the horse-birds of prey show: From 27 April to 29 September, no show on monday, except for Monday 10 june (no show Tuesday 11 june)


The validity periods of the château, HistoPad and boat jetty tickets allow visitors without the time to engage in all the activities during a single day to come back later in the year.



Chambord passport for adults (26+ years and 18-25 years outside European Union): 30 euros

Chambord passport for youth (18 to 25 years, European Union residents): 20 euros

Chambord passport for children (5 à 17 years): 16 euros (Accompanied by an adult having bought at least one « Day in Chambord » « Chambord passport » adult ticket)

Chambord passport for children under 5:  free (Child seated on a parent’s knees during the horse + birds of prey show. No HistoPad)

Subject to availability.



To anticipate the 500th anniversary of Chambord, we are launching a campaign to adopt a vine in Chambord’s historic vineyard, planted in 1518.

«VIGIPIRATE» security measures

Following the terrorist attacks in Paris on the night of 13-14 November 2015, and so as to ensure visitor safety, the National Estate of Chambord has been applying the preventive measures enacted by the government for public administrations .