« François I, the king chevalier »
Spectators will embark in the chivalrous universe of King François I and be treated to a knightly tournament, stunts, dressage figures, acrobatics and birds of prey. Performance takes place under sheltered bleachers in the one-time stable area which has been thoroughly renovated.
A story in six tableaux with the voice of the French actor, director and scriptwriter Jacques Weber.
Free entrance for one driver and one guide per coach.
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Ticket control is carried out at the entrance to the Écuries du Maréchal de Saxe.
This show starring the Almeria Parc riders is produced by Frédéric Sanabra of Pégase Production, a specialist in horse stunts for the movies (Marie-Antoinette by Sofia Coppola, Sa Majesté Minor by Jean-Jacques Annaud…).
An organic garden dedicated to the cultivation of fruits and vegetables has been set up a few meters from the château on the grounds of the one-time stables.
Based on painstaking observation of nature and its setting, respect for the environment and soil health, this system of cultivation enables increased yields in small areas with minimal mechanization. More that forty varieties of vegetables (comtesse de Chambord beans, squash, cabbage, zucchini, sorrel, tomatoes…) are produced and coexist with aromatic and medicinal plants and 140 fruit trees of traditional varieties.
Conducted by a market gardener, the guided tour is designed to sensitize visitors to the benefits of an ecological farming approach. The cultivators will detail production methods drawn from largely forgotten 19th-century practices, the varieties produced, the tools utilized, the harvesting methods applied and short supply sales circuits.
The visits ends with tasting some of the home-grown products.
For more information, here the presentation leaflet of the vegetable garden guided tour.
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In a room of the chateau reserved for private parties, participants are introduced to the diversity of the vineyard and the richness of the terroir through the discovery of 3 wines from the AOC of Cheverny and Cour-Cheverny accompanied by 4 toasts of local products.
The AOC Cour-Cheverny is produced from a single variety the “Romorantin”, introduced in the Loire Valley by King Francis I and planted about thirty kilometers from Chambord, near the chateau of Romorantin.
These wines will no longer have secrets for everyone.
The Loire Valley is the 3rd largest appellation region in France, with a total of 85 appellations and denominations. The area has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage status – one of only ten European winegrowing regions distinguished in this way.
Horse-drawn carriages driven by a coachman take visitors to the private part of the area, to experience the local wildlife and enjoy the exceptional views of the chateau.
Possible simultaneous departures of 3 horse-drawn carriages.
Duration: 45 min
Period: from March 30th to November 3rd 2019 except on May 1st and June 30th.
Group prices 2019 (from 20 persons): €160 per private carriage. 20 pers. maximum per carriage.
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Summary leaflets translated into English, Chinese and Japenese.
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