You'll like : This castle was originally a stronghold, built to fulfil military criteria. 'Les Médiévales' is an annual fair organised in the castle grounds, featuring a range of attractions linked to the Middle Ages.
Exposition - Parc du Château de Tailly-l'Arbre-à-mouches
This exhibition, housed in the outbuildings, covers the period of Maréchal Leclerc's occupancy and the liberation of France in 1944.
The 18th century château has three high roofs covered in distinctive slates.
The "folly" of a viscount in love with Madame Adélaïde; he had this marvellous 18th century château built to please his lady. The pink bricks and white stone, the unusual setting on the banks of the Somme, the elegance, Mansard roof and terraced greenhouses all serve to make this château a truly out
The Château of Vauchelles was built in the 17th and 18th centuries, listed as an historical monument due to its outstanding architecture. Part of the estate can be rented for weddings, receptions, seminars...
In 853, Charles Le Chauve had manors built to protect the region from Norman invaders - the first Château of Querrieu was among them. It was destroyed, rebuilt and altered over the centuries. In 1916 it housed the British General Staff during the visit of King George V.
This 18th century château is one of the finest in the Amiens area. In French Regency style, it is a listed historical monument. It has sculpted façades and ornamental gates with a hunting theme, created by "Le Vivarais".