IVRY-LA-BATAILLE

Vestiges du Château d'Ivry-la-Bataille

Chateaux

Pets accepted
Overlooking the Eure valley, the castle of Ivry was one of the first stone castles built in Normandy and is said to have been used as a model for the Tower of London. Due to its imposing and strategic position at the border, and with its "huge and well-fortified tower", it has been at stake in feudal wars for several centuries, but also in battles between the Duchy of Normandy and the Capetian kings. The ruins of this Norman castle have been turned into a pleasant walk overlooking the Eure valley.
Contact details

Vestiges du Château d'Ivry-la-Bataille

17 boulevard de la gareBP 33

27540 IVRY-LA-BATAILLE

Phone : 02 32 36 40 19

Fax : 02 32 26 29 83

Booking

Obligatory for groups

Rates

Gratuities

Services

Pets accepted

Facility

Guided tour

Educational visits

Coach Parking

Visits

VisitsIndividualGroup
Visite libre en permanence - yes
Visite guidées sur demande - yes
Average time90 minutes90 minutes
Further informationTour leaflets are available at the town hall (boulevard de la gare)
Archaeological digs are organised every year in August, and are open for tours.
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Group

Coach parking
Groups acccepted
Minimum number of people 5
Maximum number of people 40