Vaux-le-Vicomte castle is suitable for both young and older people offering a wide range of activities.
This castle was built by the best artists of the time, a masterpiece of classical architecture from the 17th century. Vaux-le-Vicomte was built for Nicolas Fouquet, Louis XIV finance minister. Putting Versailles in the shade, Louis XIV decided to surround himself with the same artists who had built Vaux-le-Vicomte and imprisoned Fouquet for misappropriation of funds.
In order to discover this place full of history, visits dressed-up as princes, princesses, marchioness and kings are possible thanks to a comedian. She builds her visits around the lives of children from the 17th century. Your children will be able to discover the way of education of the time, how to do the reverence as well as sword games.
You will be able to walk amongst gigantic trees from the forest and discover the underground river thanks to the fountain game.
No fears about dragging feet as buggies are available so that every corner won’t remain a secret. During your family stay in Paris, Paris-Toujours can organize a visit to Vaux-le-Vicomte in a fun and instructive way.
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