For the visit of the castle, the health pass or an RT-PCR or antigenic test less than 72 hours old will be required.
The visit of the park is accessible without pass or test.

Days and hours opening

April until end of June and september
Everyday except for Tuesdays
10 am – 13 am
(last access to the Castle 12am)
2 pm – 6 pm
(last access to the Castle 5pm)

July and August
10 am – 6 pm
(last access to the Castle 5pm)

October (until november 14 included)
Everyday except for Tuesdays
10:30 am – 1 pm
(last access to the Castle 12 am)
2 pm – 5:30 pm
(last access to the Castle 4:30 pm)

November 15 – March
During the French schools holidays only
Everyday except for Tuesdays
2 guided visits at 2 pm and 4 pm

rates 2021

Visit of the castle, wine tasting and access to the park grounds and underground tunnel


Reduced adult rate
(students, disabled)


Child 8 to 16 years included

Child under 8 years
Free of charge

 Visit of the park, the underground tunnel and the medieval kitchen
(Except for the castle)

It is not necessary to reserve.

For your own comfort and safety, the visit of Brissac is free and documented.
Take your time and allow 1 hour and 15 minutes for your visit.

It is not necessary to reserve.

Means of payment accepted:
cash, checks, VISA and Mastercard, Holiday vouchers, Pays de la Loire Heritage pass, Culture vouchers

Presence of unmissable pavement on 8 meters to access the ticket office. Access to the front porch of the castle by 23 steps (with handrail). The interior lift is small (80×100 cm). The main access to the park’s alleys is through a slope of about 10% and the crossing of a paved gutter. From there, the circuit and the stables are accessible as well as the big clay lanes along the Aubance. At the entrance to the park, the tea room is fully accessible with its adapted toilet.

Animals are not allowed in the castle and the park.
Photos are allowed in the castle but without flash.
The car and camper car park is 150 meters from the ticket office.