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Musee Louis - Philippe

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Of course Victoria and Albert came here! One does, doesn't one.

Enormous modernised (mid-19th C) chateau in attractive grounds. Not only are there parquet floors... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
john11hartley
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Fittleworth, United Kingdom
Last chateau

The chateau of Louis Philippe is the chateau of the last French King. Now it is a museum showing... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Frank V
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1 week ago
“Of course Victoria and Albert came here! One does, doesn't one.”
2 weeks ago
“Last chateau”
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Enormous modernised (mid-19th C) chateau in attractive grounds. Not only are there parquet floors of great originality, sumptuous rooms with gilding everywhere , pocelain and silver displays; there are the rather more mundane features tucked away in servants' corridors, like an early lift possibly for...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The chateau of Louis Philippe is the chateau of the last French King. Now it is a museum showing how the nobilty of th 19 th century was living.The speldid gardens complete the picture

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Reviewed 3 August 2016

Initially tried to go in the town hall part. But there is a little office just beside the car park round the other side. Very reasonable to look round 5 euros. You are given a guide in English which is very helpful There is also...More

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Reviewed 19 June 2015

This imposing Castle at Eu was visited several times by Queen Victoria during the reign of Louis Philippe. Sadly, it was badly damaged by fire in 1902, but reconstruction and re-furnishing are now complete, so there are few signs of the conflagration. The rooms are...More

1  Thank Makaris
Reviewed 30 May 2013 via mobile

Gorgeous chateau in the heart of Eu. Complete with golden coach and some interesting rooms furnished in the ancient French style.with royal links. The children loved looking at the place but a little more specifically aimed at children would mean repeat visits. We were given...More

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