Sunday, 28 April 2013

The visitable Castle in Val D'Oise department

The Castle of Stors










● Ambleville, The Castle of Ambleville











The Castle of  Ambleville is a Renaissance Castle  located in French Vexin .
The domain,  classified as historical monuments, is part of the Regional Natural Park of French Vexin. He received the label Outstanding Garden, awarded by the Ministry of Culture.
Built for Louis de Mornay by the architect Jean Grappin, it was built on the foundations of a feudal fortress posted on the edges of the Aubette, bordering the Ile-de-France and Normandy, then English.

Read More....  http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_d%27Ambleville


To go to Ambleville,

In RER
From Paris, take the RER A direction Cergy-le-Haut, get off at Cergy-le-Haut and take Bus 95-04 direction Place d'Armes,Magny-en-Vexin, and get off at Magny-en-Véxin. From Magny, take bus 95-02 direction Lapin Savant, Haute-Isle.

In Car
From Paris, Porte de Clignancourt, take Avenue Michelet (D14), take right Rue Francisque Poulbot/D410, take N14 left A86/A15/Épinay-sur-Seine/L'Île-Saint-Denis/Saint-Denis-Gare, stay on left lane and take A86/Gennevilliers/Cergy-Pontoise join A86, automatic radar 14,9 km, take output  A15 direction Cergy-Pontoise/Argenteuil-Orgemont, continue D14, take output D86 direction Hodent/Vernon, passed vigny, théméricourt, at the bottom of Magny en Véxin, take left D86, continue during 5 kilometers, the castle be on right before the town.


The Castle
http://www.valdoise-tourisme.com/diffusio/fr/voir-faire/culture/ambleville/chateau-d-ambleville_TFO105818792851.php#.UK-4FobM_BY

The Town
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ambleville_(Val-d'Oise)

http://www.ambleville.fr/




● Arthies, the Castle of Arthies












 The Castle of Arthies. The Castle is open to visitors during the Heritage Days or only on request for groups.


To go to Arthies,

* In RER
From Paris, take RER A, direction de Cergy-le-Haut, get off terminus take Bus 95-04 direction Magny-en-Véxin, get off Magny-en-Véxin, take Bus 95_44 direction La Feuge, Arthies and get off Arthies center.

* In Car
From Paris, porte de Clignancourt, through the Boulevard Ney (Maréchaux), then Avenue de la Porte de Clignancourt, then cross the device Boulevard, continue Avenue Michelet/D14, the third intersection, take right rue Franscique Poulbot/D410, take N14 left toward A86/A15/Épinay-sur-Seine/L'Île-Saint-Denis/Saint-Denis-Gare, stay lane left and takeA86/Gennevilliers/Cergy-Pontoise to join A86, take output A15 direction Cergy-Pontoise/Argenteuil-Orgemont, automatic radar 14,9 km, Continue D14, take output 17 to D43 direction Dieppe/Gisors/Avernes, at roundabout, take third output, take left to D159, turn right to stay D159, take slightly left Route Nationale/D983, take right Imp. des Jardins.


The Castle
http://fr.topic-topos.com/chateau-arthies

The Town
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthies

http://www.arthies.fr/




● Auvers sur Oise, the Castle of Auvers










The Castle of Auvers has been build in 1635 by an italian banquer, Zenoby, to following Marie de Médicis. Then,it becomes the property of Jean de Lery, King's Counsel, at the end of XVII transforming the pavilion into an Italian castle to French. Jean de Léry is both Advisor Hotel King, President, Treasurer General Finance France master. The area was established as fief ...

Read Morte...   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_d%27Auvers


To go to Auvers,

* In RER
From Paris, take TER direction Persant-Beaumont, get off at terminus then, take puis prendre la correspondence RER H, direction Pontoise get off Auvers.

* In Car
From Paris, porte de Clignancourt, through the Boulevard Ney (Maréchaux), then Avenue de la Porte de Clignancourt, through the Boulevard périphérique, continue Avenue Michelet/D14, the third intersection take right rue Franscique Poulbot/D410, take N14 left A86/A15/Épinay-sur-Seine/L'Île-Saint-Denis/Saint-Denis-Gare, stay left laneand take A86/Gennevilliers/Cergy-Pontoise join A86, take output A15 direction Cergy-Pontoise/Argenteuil-Orgemont , take output direction A115, take left slightly take output D928 direction Auvers-sur-Oise/Méry-sur-Oise-Centre/Frépillon, take completely left  Av. de la Libération/D928, Continue to follow D928, take left Rue du Général de Gaulle/D928 et Auvers.


The Castle
http://www.chateau-auvers.fr/

The Town
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auvers_sur_Oise

http://www.auvers-sur-oise.com/




● Bellefontaine, the Castle of Hérivaux








The abbey house was perpendicular to the church. The main body has disappeared, the remaining building and transformed into "Castle of Hérivaux" was that the pavilion visitors. This formed the basis of a T, the bar was represented by the house on the left (north-east) and an other wing more smal at the right  (south-west), added around 1700. The "Hérivaux castle" does not imagine the appearance of the abbey buildings as they were before the secularization of all ornamentation dates only from the twentieth century. In 1913, the windows were decorated with carved staples, in 1934, the front side rails, a balcony and a porch were added, according to the plans of architect Ruaud.

Read more....  http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abbaye_d%27H%C3%A9rivaux


To go to Bellefontaine, 

* In RER
From Paris, take RER D direction Orry-la-ville, Coye, get off Survilliers-Fossés, then take Val D'Oise Bus 95-01, direction Luzarches and get off at Centre-Bellefontaine, then, 2 Kilometers on foot. From the Mayor, followa D 922 to Fossés, then second road at left, pass the park alley (left), all right during a good kilometer,  then, take left abbé d'Hérivaux road, during 200 Meters, take first left during 500 Meters, then take first right, then first left, then right and continue150 meters then right, continue 250 meters take a road down at right, continue 70 Meters then turn left, walk 10 meters and turn right, then Castle in 110 mètres.


* In Car
From Paris, porte deLa Chappelle, join A1 the slip road on the left toward Lille/Aéroport Charles de Gaulle/Saint-Denis, take output 7 Chantilly/Survilliers/Fosses/Ermenonville
Partial toll road, take sligntly right D16, at roundabout, take third output and continue to D16, At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Rue de la Ferme Saint-Ladre, Continue on Rue Jean Jaures, Turn left on Rue Jules Vallès, take a slight left onto Rue Jacques Duclos, at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Rue Roger Salengro/D184, at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Av Henri Barbusse/D922, continue to follow D922, turn left rue des Sablons, then Bellefontaine.


The Castle
 http://www.parc-oise-paysdefrance.fr/files/pnr_oise/fiches-rando/pnr60.fiche.Orrymoines.pdf
http://www.actuacity.com/bellefontaine_95270/photos/

The Town
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bellefontaine_(Val-d%27Oise)

http://www.bellefontaine.fr/




● Beaumont sur oise, the Castle of Beaumont







 The ancient feudal Castle of Beaumont sur Oise (classifiehistorical monument since June 21, 1999) is one of the most important the valley of the Oise . It possesses a rectangular flat buttresses Roman dungeon twenty-five meters high and five meters wide. It was probably built by Count Mathieu (1090-1151) to replace a preceding wooden structure, whose existence is attested to the tenth century at the latest. The defensive structure of the castle was further strengthened in the eighteenth century, but the fortress was already a ruin in the nineteenth century. The castle is not open from the inside, but you can watch it on three sides from the street and the parking place of the castle, which also occupies half of the former right of the building, where it was the less well preserved.


To go to Beaumont sur Oise,

* In RER
From Paris, take RER A direction Cergy-le-Haut, get off at Cergy-le-Haut, then take Bus 95-04 and get off at Magny-en-Vexin, then, take BUS 95-43 and get off at Chaussy.

* In Car
From Paris porte de Clignancourt, cross the Boulevard Ney (Maréchaux) and Avenue de la Porte de Clignancourt, Continue on Av Michelet/D14, Continue to follow D14, Turn right onto Rue Frantz Poulbot/D410, Take left onto N14 A86/A15/Épinay-sur-Seine/L 'Île-Saint-Denis/Saint-Denis-Gare, Stay in the left lane at the fork, follow signs for A86/Gennevilliers/Cergy-Pontoise join A86, Take the A15 exit towards Cergy-Pontoise/Argenteuil-Orgemont, Take the A115 exit toward Calais/Amiens/Beauvais/Ermont/Franconville-Centre/A16Calais/Amiens/Beauvais/Ermont/Franconville-Centre/A16, Stay in the left lane, Take the exit on the left onto N184 towards A16/Calais/Amiens/Beauvais/Aéroport Charles de Gaulle, Stay in the right lane and follow A16/Amiens/Beauvais/L 'Isle-Adam/Presles, Take the A16 exit, Take exit 11 for D301 to Beauvais / Champagne-sur-Oise / Persian / Chambly, Stay in the right lane at the junction, At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto D922, At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Rue Saint-Roch, At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Nationale/D929Z, At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Rue de Paris/D922, then Beaumont sur oise.





● Chaussy, the Castle of Villarceaux











The most recent castle was built between 1755 and 1759 by the architect Jean-Baptiste Courtonne for Charles Jean Baptiste du Tillet, Marquis Villarceaux. "This is one of the last and most beautiful buildings in Louis XV style. A commemorative inscription stating the date of construction, 1758 and appoint the architect. "
Françoise d'Aubigné, the future Madame de Maintenon remained there after the death of her first husband, the poet Paul Scarron, at the invitation of his friends Montchevreuil, cousins ​​of the Marquis ...


Read More...   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domaine_de_Villarceaux


To go to Chaussy,

* In RER
From Paris, take RER A direction Cergy-le-Haut, get off Cergy-le-Haut, take Bus 95-04 and get off Magny-en-Vexin, then, take BUS 95-43 and get off Chaussy.

* In Car
From Paris porte de Clignancourt, cross Boulevard Ney (Maréchaux), then Avenue de la Porte de Clignancourt, then cross beltway (Boulevard périphérique), continue Avenue Michelet/D14, at third crossroad, take right rue Franscique Poulbot/D410, take N14 left to A86/A15/Épinay-sur-Seine/L'Île-Saint-Denis/Saint-Denis-Gare, stay in the left lane and follow A86/Gennevilliers/Cergy-Pontoise to join A86, take output A15 direction Cergy-Pontoise/Argenteuil-Orgemont , continue to D14, take output D86 direction Hodent/Vernon, take left  D86 , turn left to Les Peuples/D171, continue all right to Les Peuples/D171, continue to follow D171, take right to Route de Villers/D142, continue to follow D142, take right to Place Charles de Gaulle eand Chaussy.


The Domain
http://www.iledefrance.fr/villarceaux/le-domaine/

http://www.gralon.net/tourisme/parcs-et-jardins/info-domaine-de-villarceaux-896.htm

The town
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaussy_(Val-d%27Oise)

http://www.chaussy95.fr/




● Deuil-la-Barre, the Castle of La Chevrette (Museum - janitorial)







This janitorial, Cette conciergerie, which a part built on cellars dating back to the seventeenth century, receives its final shape during the work done at the castle of La Chevrette to M. d'Epinay. Remains of the estate steward, it becomes after the destruction of the castle in 1786, the main house of the new owners. Under Louis-Philippe, a conservatory added. The clock is signed Lepaute. The ground floor now houses the Museum of La Chevrette, that local history from the beginning. The floor is the municipal music school.

Read More...   http://fr.topic-topos.com/musee-de-la-chevrette-deuil-la-barre


To go to Deuil-la-Barre,

* In RER
From Paris gare du Nord, take RER H direction gare de Pontoise, get off La Barre-Ormesson, Deuil-la-Barre.

* In Car
From Paris Porte de La Chappelle, take slightly left Boulevards des Maréchaux/Bd Ney, take first right and stay Av. de la Porte de la Chapelle, join A1 by the slip road on the left to Lille/Aéroport Charles de Gaulle/Saint-Denis, take output 2 to Saint-Denis/La Plaine/Saint-Denis-Centre, join N1, turn slightly right to Av. du Général de Gaulle/D24, take left Av. du Général de Gaulle/D24, continue to follow D24, continue all right Rue Ambroise Croizat/D24, take left Rue Paul Eluard/D24, take first right and stay Rue du Fort de la Briche/D24, continue to follow D24, at roundabout, take third output N328,
take slightly right Route de Saint-Leu/D928, continue to follow D928, take right Pl. de la Barre/Rue du Château. Continue to follow Rue du Château to 48.


The Castle
http://www.cndp.fr/carte-des-ressources/rclvisu/fic_edit.asp?Ecr=CNDPconsult.asp&fETABL=12288

The Town
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deuil_la_Barre

http://www.mairie-deuillabarre.fr/





● Ecouen, the Castle of Ecouen








 Located on a hill with panoramic views of the plains of France, Ecouen castle in the current Val-d'Oise, was built from 1538 by the Constable of France, Anne de Montmorency (the service of Francis I. and Henry II). To build, Montmorency razed the medieval fortress which previously stood on the site. This is one of the possessions of the constable who had more than 130 castles and strongholds 600 simultaneously. This is the most powerful man in the kingdom, rival family of Guise.
The architecture of the castle reflects the power and ambitions of Anne de Montmorency, who was a great friend of kings Francis I and Henry II. In both military and art enthusiast, he found transalpine Palace during the wars of Italy and wished be inspired to build his house couen. Heir to the large fortune of the House of Montmorency and recipient of royal favor, he could build this important monument.

Read More...   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_d%27%C3%89couen


To go to Ecouen,

* In RER
From Paris, take RER H direction gare de Luzarches, get off at Ecouen-Ezainville.

* In Car
From Paris porte de La Chappelle, take slightly left Boulevards des Maréchaux/Bd Ney, take first right and stay Av. de la Porte de la Chapelle, joind A1 the slip road on the left toward Lille/Aéroport Charles de Gaulle/Saint-Denis, take output 3 to Beauvais/Amiens/Saint Denis-Centre/Sarcelles/Pierrefitte, join N401, continue to N1, continue to Bd Jean Mermoz/D316, continue to follow D316, automatic radar at 3,9 km, cross 2 roundabout, take left D370, cross the roudabout, take left Rue Aristide Briand/D44E2, continue to follow D44E2 and take left Paul Lorillon/D370 to Ecouen.


The Castle
http://www.musee-renaissance.fr/

The Town
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89couen

http://www.ecouen.fr/




● Epinay-Champlatreux, the Castle of Champlatreux









Francois Mathieu Molé (1705-1793), president of the parliament of Paris, used some of the vast fortune of his wife, Felicity Good Bernard, daughter of financier Samuel Bernard to rebuild on a much broader level, the modest house style Louis XIII inherited from his ancestors. This ancient castle and demolished in 1750.

In the year 1735-1740, the town pavilions guards that we can see now D 316 was already build avaient déjà été construits according to plans by the architect Jean-Michel Chevotet ....

Read More...   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_de_Champl%C3%A2treux


To go to Epinay - Champlatreux,

* In RER
From Paris gare du Nord, take RER H direction Luzarches and get off at Luzarches. The Castle is at 2 kilometers of Luzarches, at 2 kilometers to Villiers -le-Sec station served by the bus N°47 leaving from Luzarches.

* In Car
From Paris porte de La Chappelle, take slightly left Boulevards des Maréchaux/Bd Ney, take first right and stay Av. de la Porte de la Chapelle, join A1 by the slip road on the left toward Lille/Aéroport Charles de Gaulle/Saint-Denis, take output 3 to Beauvais/Amiens/Saint Denis-Centre/Sarcelles/Pierrefitte, join N401, continue N1, continue Bd Jean Mermoz/D316, continue to follow D316, automatic radar at 3,9 km, cross 2 roundabout, Turn left, Turn left, Turn left, Turn left, Turn right, Turn right to Epinay-Champlatreux


The Castle
http://www.chateau-de-champlatreux.fr/

The Town
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89pinay-Champl%C3%A2treux





● Gadancourt, the castle of Gadancourt









Located in north entrance of village of Gadancourt, the Castle (Historical Monument in june 15 1948, park so) and  attested in the fifteenth century, is entirely rebuilt in two stages. David Hazeville, Lord Gadancourt, had built the two houses of the castle at the end of the sixteenth century, in 1768, the main body of the house was rebuilt by Jean-François Roger, advise and squire of the king. Despite two centuries of difference between these building campaigns, the eastern facade of the Park is perfectly homogeneous. The main building has two levels of seven bays, with a central body protruding slightly topped by a triangular pediment, and covered with a roof with two ridges. The two corner pavilions form side wings at right angles to the courtyard to the west.

Read More...   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gadancourt


To go to Gadancourt,

* In Train
From Paris gare du Nord, take the train line H in direction of Pontoise and get off at Pontoise la Jolie, then, take the Trans Val D'Oise (Veolia) Bus 95-23 (Pontoise - Banthelu (église)), in direction of église and get off at Mairie (Stop before stop Abribus)

* In Car
After the Belway (Boulevard périphérique), Avenue Michelet/D14, continue D14, take right Rue Francisque Poulbot/D410, take N14 at left to A86/A15/Épinay-sur-Seine/L'Île-Saint-Denis/Saint-Denis-Gare, stay on left lane A86/Gennevilliers/Cergy-Pontoise to join A86, take output A15 direction Cergy-Pontoise/Argenteuil-Orgemont automatic radar at 14,9 kilometers, continue to D14, take output 17 to D43 in direction of Dieppe/Gisors/Avernes, in roundabout, take fourth output4e to D43, turn right to route de Guiry, continue all right to N)2, arrive at Castle.


The Castle
http://www.chateaudegadancourt.com/

The Town
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gadancourt

http://www.gadancourt.fr/




● La Roche-Guyon, le Château de la Roche-Guyon









The Castle of La Roche-Guyon is a French Castle located in La Roche-Guyon in  Val-d'Oise department, not far of Normandie on the right bank of the Seine.
The ancient fortified castle in ruin, dominated by its keep at the top of the hill, the castle has been significant additions to the eighteenth century, it is equipped with a French garden, a vegetable garden.
This castle, classified as a historic monument, property of the House of La Rochefoucauld is now managed by a public institution of cultural cooperation (EPCC) involving the department of Val-d'Oise, the town of La Roche-Guyon the joint development and management of the regional Natural Park of french Vexin and the state union.

Read more...  http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_de_La_Roche-Guyon


To go to La Roche-Guyon,

* In Train
From Paris, take TER at tha railway station Saint-Lazare and get off at Mantes la Jolie and take TIM Bus 95-11 direction centre hospitalier du Véxin and get off at IGESA, La Roche-Guyon.

* In Car
From Paris place de la Concorde, go to les champs-Elysées, then Avenue de la Grande-Armée, continue , at roundabout, all right to Avenue Charles de Gaulle, automatic radar at 350 meters, continue N13 (Avenue Charles de Gaulle), Continue on A14 S
Partial toll road, automatic Radars at 150 meters, then join A13, Partial toll road, take the output 14 to Vernon/Bonnières, Partial toll road, join A13a, Partial toll road, at roundabout, take first output  Avenue Aristide Briand/D113, take left on Route de Giverny/D201B2, at right, take D201 to Bennecourt, take left on Route de Giverny/D201, continue to follow D201, at roundabout, take the first output Rue Emile Zola/D100, continue to follow D100, continue on Route de Bennecourt, continue Rue de Gasny/D913, continue to follow D913, cross roudabout then La Roche-Guyon.


The Castle
http://www.chateaudelarocheguyon.fr/
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_de_La_Roche-Guyon


The Town
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_roche-guyon

http://www.larocheguyon.fr/




● L'Isle-Adam, The Castle of Stors









The Castle of  Stors is a French Castle of eighteenth located in  hamlet of Stors on the commune of L'Isle-Adam in Val-d'Oise department on the slopes of the valley of the Oise (left bank).
The domain, which extends the towns of L'Isle-Adam and Meriel, is included in the classified site of Valley Chauvry. In the nineteenth century, it stretched onto the other side of the river, the vegetable garden is located on the territory of what is now the town of Butry-sur-Oise.
Built in the early eighteenth century and embellished by Pierre Contant d'Ivry to the Prince de Conti, the castle was severely damaged by bombing during the Second World War.

Read More...  http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_de_Stors



To go to L'isle-Adam,

* In RER
From Paris gare du Nord, take RER H direction Persan-Beaumont and get off at L'Isle-Adam-Parmain, or take the TER (train) and get off at Persan Beaumont, then RER H and get off at L'Isle-Adam Parmain.

* In Car
From Paris porte de Clignancourt, cross Boulevard Ney (Maréchaux), then Avenue de la Porte de Clignancourt and cross beltway (Boulevard périphérique), continue to Avenue Michelet/D14, at third roundabout take at right rue Franscique Poulbot/D410. Take N14, at left  A86/A15/Épinay-sur-Seine/L'Île-Saint-Denis/Saint-Denis-Gare, stay on left lane and follow A86/Gennevilliers/Cergy-Pontoise to join A86. Take output A15 direction de Cergy-Pontoise/Argenteuil-Orgemont , take output in direction of A115, take slightly left on A115, take output D928 direction Auvers-sur-Oise/Méry-sur-Oise-Centre/Frépillon. Take completly left Avenue de la Libération/D928, continue to follow D928, take at right on Rue Rajon/D4, Continue to follow D4,  take left Rue Pasteur/D4, continue to follow D4, take at right Route de la Glacière/D4, continue to follow D4, D4 turn slightly at right which become Rue du Président Wilson. Continue on Rue Blanchet, take slightly at right on Pl. Georges Clemenceau , take right on Rue de Conti/D64, continue to follow D64 and l'Isle Adam.


The Castle
http://chateaudestors.com/index_simple.php
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_de_Stors


The Town
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%27Isle_Adam

http://www.ville-isle-adam.fr/




● Maudétour-en-Vexin, The Castle of Maudétour








The Castle of Maudétour with its park and courtyard, were enrolled in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments in 1947. It is distinguished by its stunning appearance, the wing built in back of the old castle in the eighteenth century is unfinished. Thus, the central building built in the early eighteenth century and facing the main gate is he extended on the right with decreasing height of buildings, even though the five spans of the left wing should have their face to ensure the symmetry of a building of classic architecture of the eighteenth century were never built. Various reasons are advanced to explain this quirk of history. Most likely being financial ...

Read More...  http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_de_Maud%C3%A9tour


To go to Maudétour-en-Véxin,

* In RER
From Paris, take RER A direction Cergy-le-Haut, get off at Cergy-le-Haut, then, take « Tim Bus » 95-04 direction Bray-Lû and get off at Magny en Véxin - gare routière, then, take TIM Bus 95-44 direction Saint-Cyr en Arthies and get off at Maudétour-en-Véxin, église.

* In Car
From Paris porte de Clignancourt, cross Boulevard Ney (Maréchaux), then take Avenue de la Porte de Clignancourt, cross Beltway (Boulevard périphérique), continue Avenue Michelet/D14, at third crossroad, take right rue Franscique Poulbot/D410, take N14 at left to A86/A15/Épinay-sur-Seine/L'Île-Saint-Denis/Saint-Denis-Gare, stay on left lane and follow A86/Gennevilliers/Cergy-Pontoise to join A86. Take output A15 direction Cergy-Pontoise/Argenteuil-Orgemont , continue D14, take output 17 pour D43 direction Dieppe/Gisors/Avernes, at crossroad, take third output, take left on D159, turn right to stay on D159, take right Route Nationale/D983 then turn left and Maudétour-en-Véxin.


The Castle
http://www.chateaudemaudetour.com/fr/
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_de_Maud%C3%A9tour
http://www.likhom.com/chambre_hotes/Chateau-de-Maudetour/maudetour-en-vexin/france


The Town
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maud%C3%A9tour-en-Vexin

http://www.maudetour-en-vexin.fr/




● Méry sur Oise, le Château de Méry











The castle was originally built between 1375 and 1389 for Pierre Orgemont the site of an old priory. This first castle there remains only elements structural work. The building was rebuilt in the 1580s for Claude Orgemont, the king's cupbearer.
In 1597the domain is sold for debts of Antoine du Pescher , Comte de Saint-Chamans. Antoine de Saint-Chamans embellished the castle where Henri IV stayed several times. In 1687, the county was erected in Mery marquis in favor of François II of Saint-Chamans.
The daughter of François de Saint-Chamans, Pauline married in 1721 the financial Samuel Bernard. Samuel Bernard, after acquiring the domain in 1728, offered it to the girl of this union, named Bonne-FélicitéBernard, who married President Francois-Mathieu Molé, president mortar Parliament of Paris. The county of Mery then entered the Molé family.


Read More...   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_de_M%C3%A9ry-sur-Oise


To go to Méry sur Oise,

* In RER
From Paris,take RER H direction Persan-Beaumont, get off at Méry sur Oise.

* En Voiture
From Paris porte de Clignancourt, cross Boulevard Ney (Maréchaux), then Avenue de la Porte de Clignancourt and cross the Beltway (Boulevard périphérique), continue to Avenue Michelet/D14, at third crossroad, take right rue Franscique Poulbot/D410, take N14 at left to A86/A15/Épinay-sur-Seine/L'Île-Saint-Denis/Saint-Denis-Gare, stay on left lane and follow A86/Gennevilliers/Cergy-Pontoise to join A86.
Take output A15 direction Cergy-Pontoise/Argenteuil-Orgemont , take output direction A115, take slightly left A115, take the output D928 direction Auvers-sur-Oise/Méry-sur-Oise-Centre/Frépillon, and take completly left on Av. de la Libération/D928, Continue to follow D928, then Méry sur Oise.


The Castle
http://www.chateaudemery.fr/

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_de_M%C3%A9ry-sur-Oise


The Town
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mery_sur_Oise

http://www.merynet.com/




● Osny, le Château de Grouchy








Le château de Grouchy est un château situé à Osny, dans le département du Val-d'Oise, à trente kilomètres au nord-ouest de Paris.
Le château fait l'objet d'une inscription au titre des monuments historiques depuis le 4 mai 19901.
De l’ancien donjon médiéval des seigneurs d'Osny, il ne subsiste qu'une tour du XIe siècle aménagée depuis en colombier. À partir du XVIe siècle et surtout du XVIIe siècle, le domaine est considérablement agrandi et embelli pour la famille de Nicolaï.
Le bâtiment actuel a été édifié à la place d’un ancien donjon, soit en 1785 soit, plus probablement, au début du XIXe siècle par Charles-Malo-François comte de Lameth. Les arcs des portes-fenêtres du rez-de-chaussée « à la florentine » signalent en tout état de cause un travail du XIXe siècle.
En 1881, l’académicien Edmond About s’installe à Grouchy avec sa femme et ses huit enfants. Il fait remonter dans le parc une grande serre provenant de l’Exposition universelle de 1881 et reçoit beaucoup : en moyenne vingt personnes à chaque repas, selon Edmond de Goncourt.

Lire la suite...   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_de_Grouchy


Pour se rendre à Osny,

* En RER
De Paris gare Saint-Lazare, prendre le RER J en direction de BOISSY L AILLERIE et descendre à Osny.

* En voiture
De Paris porte de Clignancourt, traverser le Boulevard Ney (Maréchaux), puis Avenue de la Porte de Clignancourt, puis traverser le Boulevard périphérique, continuer Avenue Michelet/D14, au troisième carrefour, prendre à droite rue Franscique Poulbot/D410, Prendre N14 à gauche vers A86/A15/Épinay-sur-Seine/L'Île-Saint-Denis/Saint-Denis-Gare, rester sur la file de gauche et suivre A86/Gennevilliers/Cergy-Pontoise pour rejoindre A86, prendre la sortie A15 en direction de Cergy-Pontoise/Argenteuil-Orgemont, Radar automatique à 14,9 km, prendre la sortie 10 vers Osny l'Oseraie/Aéroport Cergy-Pontoise, rejoindre Bd de la Viosne/D922, rester sur la file de gauche, continuer de suivre le Bd de la Viosne, continuer sur D915, au rond-point, prendre la 4e sortie sur Route de Paris à Dieppe/D915, prendre la sortie à gauche en direction de Osny-L'Oseraie, rester sur la file de droite et suivre Osny-Centre pour rejoindre Rue de Livilliers, prendre à droite sur Rue de Montgeroult , continuer tout droit sur Rue de l'Abbé Léonard, tourner à droite, tourner légèrement à droite et tourner complètement à droite.


Le Château
http://www.valdoise.fr/8406-le-chateau-de-grouchy-a-osny.htm

La Ville
http://www.osny.fr/content/heading509/content10367.html







To go to the Castles, the tourism, the events, show in the Castles, the dungeons, the remains....

Itineraries and transport

Chapter I, the world of Castle






The visitables Castles in the other departments:

91, Essonne Department
http://chandt.blogspot.fr/2012/01/les-chateaux-visitables-en-essonne.html


92,  Hauts-de-Seine 
Department
http://chandt.blogspot.fr/2011/12/castles-can-be-visited-in-department-of.html


93,  Seine Saint-Denis 
Department 
http://chandt.blogspot.fr/2012/02/castles-can-be-visited-in-department-of.html


94, Val de Marne 
Department
http://chandt.blogspot.fr/2012/02/castles-can-be-visited-in-department-of_11.html







Association "Un Chemin Historique et Touristique en Ile-de-France":








- The website of Association:























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