For an unusual visit that will surely please younger visitors and the ones with most imagination!
This tour led by a character from the olden days leaves the beaten track to take you into the Middle Ages.
What did people in the castle eat? Where did the lord of the castle sleep? How did they keep warm in the winter? What kinds of smells came out of the Count of Savoy’s bathroom?
To find out about life in the castle, just follow the guide!
30 participants per group maximum.
The guided tour is 50 minutes long.
Available in 3 languages: French, English, German.
A small area with vending machines is at your disposal for refreshments. In the Savoy Garden there is a small food and drinks stand where you can buy drinks, ice cream and sandwiches. You can also enjoy your picnic on the beach next to the castle and even swim. There are toilets and showers available.
In the event of bad weather, we suggest the covered market in Montreux as a picnic venue.
Please do not picnic within the castle itself.
Teachers must accompany their students at all times; the children/students are totally under their responsibility.
To protect our historical monument and assure optimal conditions for all visitors, we kindly ask that you:
Leave all backpacks in the lockers in the refreshment area.
Stay together: the children/students should never be alone.
Not run inside the castle
Be as quiet as possible and avoid noise (including radios, mobile phones and any other device).
Do not write anywhere in the monument.
Do not touch artefacts on display.
Use the rubbish bins provided.
Respect the other visitors in the castle.