In its small wooded valley, the architecture of the Gué Péan tells us 2000 years of history: built on the square foundations of a Roman camp, then on a medieval fortress, from which remains the stone bridge and the dry moats. During the Renaissance, the Gué Péan became a mansion.


Château du Gué-Péan

The three buildings and the four towers form an harmonious complex. The elegant decoration can be admired in the higher tower, also called Imperial tower, with the slate roof in the shape of a bell and finely carved machicolation  were added. The chateau displayed a regular series of arcades and the windows framed pilasters. The wings and the pavilions are decorated with a French roof


Château du Gué-Péan



Inside, you can visit the chapel, the parapet walk, the library, and the rooms, with a beautiful fireplace sculpted by Germain Pilon. The Gué Péan is the current residence of a French architect. In the scale model room visitor can get a general idea of his futuristic projects all over the world.