Chambord is reopening

The Château of Chambord is happy to welcome you back as of tomorrow: Friday 5 June at 9 A.M. It will be open every day from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. (last admission at 5:30 P.M.). The French gardens may be visited from 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Entrance prices remain unchanged.

In compliance with COVID 19 prevention regulations, all necessary measures have been taken to ensure the safety and comfort of visitors and staff alike. They include:

–       Queues spaced out by markings on the floor,

–       Compulsory use of mask (11+ years of age) in the enclosed areas. Masks on sale at the ticket office (entrance area close to the parking areas and the château).

–       Hydro-alcoholic gel stations are placed at visitors’ disposal at the entrance and throughout the visit circuit.

–       Deposit lockers are closed.

–       A visitor’s château itinerary has been put into place. The entrance and the exit are differentiated.


There will be no guided tours of the monument or the vegetable garden during the month of June.  HistoPad rental is recommended, as is exploration of Cassandra the salamander’s carnet d’énigmes (puzzle pad).

Outside guides with a business card are admitted with up to 10 persons per group until further notice, and masks must be worn.

Visitors are encouraged to present an M-ticket or an e-ticket.


Rental of bicycles, electric carts and boats will likewise open tomorrow (5 June), as well as the gift shop in the entrance area, where organic vegetable baskets from the vegetable gardens are proposed to visitors.


The Relais de Chambord hotel is reopening on the same date, as are the Autour du Puits café located close to the château and the shops and restaurants on place Saint-Louis.

The park reopened for visits on 11 May. “La Grande Promenade » offers more than 25 kilometers (15+ miles) of pedestrian, cycling and equestrian pathways conducive to discovery of “wild” Chambord, well-conserved biodiversity and previously unequalled views of the monument.

The horse and bird of prey show and guided visits of the monument and the forest will resume at the beginning of July. You will soon be receiving detailed information.

With the exception of « Christmas in Chambord », which will take place from 1 December 2020 through 3 January 2021, all cultural programs and other events have been postponed until 2021.


Our reservation teams remain at your disposal 7d/7 to address all your interrogations.

Tel. +33 (0) –

See you soon!




Because the maintenance and transmission of this legacy must be everyone's business, Chambord appeals to the generosity of the public. Individuals and businesses can support Chambord and make your contribution to its influence. Chambord needs your help!

«VIGIPIRATE» security measures

Due to the vigipirate plan, we thank our visitors in advance for showing understanding for the slowdown induced by the security checks at the entrances.