Château de l'Herm Château de l'Herm

Château de l'Herm

An autentic site, a marvel of flamboyant architecture

Welcome to Château de l'Herm

Château de l'Herm Built between 1500 and 1520 by Jean de Calvimont, this masterpiece of flamboyant Gothic architecture was abandoned after numerous crimes.

Eugène Le Roy set the scene for his novel "Jacquou le Croquant", adapted for television by Stellio Lorenzi in 1969.

This romantic "open-hearted" place offers you an unforgettable discovery and will seduce you with its authenticity.

Thanks to the protection work undertaken since 2000, the château is now protected and safeguarded. Historical and archaeological research has enabled us to understand the history and chronology of this site in its entirety.

Visitor information

Please note: the Château de l'Herm is currently undergoing renovation work, so visits are limited.

All visit schedules for Châteaux en Fête from Thursday April 25 to Sunday April 28, 2024 are fully booked.

To mark the European Heritage Days, Château de l'Herm will be open to visitors from Thursday September 19 to Sunday September 22, 2024.

To register, please send an e-mail to chateaudelherm@gmail.com. We will confirm your registration by return mail, subject to availability.

Please note that only our confirmation will validate your registration..

The visit costs €8 per person (free for under-18s). Payment on site in cash or cheque.

Visitors are asked to park in the parking lot at the entrance to the Herm hamlet and walk to the entrance (5-minute walk).

Dates and times

Please note: the Château de l'Herm is currently under renovation and closed to visitors.

Exceptional opening only during the Châteaux de Fête event and the European Heritage Days, subject to registration by e-mail to the following address:

chateaudelherm@gmail.com (specifying the day, time and number of people to be registered)

Please note that only our confirmation will validate your registration.

 

Address:

Château de l'Herm 24580 Rouffignac Saint-Cernin de Reilhac

Sector

Black Périgord

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