Le Manoir de la Salle
The charm of an authentic, period-furnished venue
Welcome to Manoir de la Salle
The Manoir de Saint-Léon, also known as Donjon and Manoir de la Salle consists of a 15th century manor house and a square keep with a 12th century corner tower. This architectural ensemble constitutes a dwelling inhabited in the Middle Ages. It has been listed as a Historic Monument since 1957.
The Donjon et Manoir de la Salle features magnificent Lauze (local flat stone) roofs and an accessible watchtower. Inside, a wealth of furnishings and important collections (music, herbalism, medieval fantasy animals) have been left by past inhabitants.
Outside, a pleasant park planted with roses shelters a remarkable Cedar of Lebanon with a circumference of 8.30m, almost 300 years old.
In the early 2020s, Jean-Max Touron, already the owner of several historic sites in the département, acquired the Saint Léon manor house and opened it to the public for the first time in spring 2021.
And in the attic...Dive into the fabulous world of fantastic animals, Dragon, Unicorn, Hydra...Our collection will take you on a journey of their stories since the dawn of time.
The Donjon and Manoir de la Salle are open to individuals and groups.
Dogs are allowed on a lead and photography is permitted throughout the site. Free municipal parking is available nearby for cars and buses.
Children aged 8 to 14: €4.90
Children aged 15 to 17: €6.90
Students (under 25 with card): €6.90
Group rates for 20 people or more
Adult group: €6.50
Primary group: € 3.00
College group: €3.20
Student group: €5.50
Dates and Times
April to September: 10am-7pm
October to end of All Saints' vacation: 10am- 6pm
Last admission 45 min before closing.
7 days a week, including public holidays.
Night stroll & Mysterious creatures every Wednesday from July 12 to August 23, 2023, picnic from 7.30 pm.
Gathering at 9:30pm and show at dusk.
Supplement of 10 euros for adults and 5 euros for children aged 8 and over