Copy of Château de Clisson: Accessibility

The Château de Clisson has been taking steps to improve the accessibility of its site for people with disabilities so as to ensure greater convenience and comfort for all its visitors.

An accessible interpretive trail is currently under development.

Access to our sites is free for people with disabilities and the person accompanying them, upon presentation of proof.

For small groups of visitors with disabilities, we can arrange a tour or a suitable theme-based workshop. Bookings obligatory.

  • For further details, contact our team of facilitators at Clisson on +33 (0)2 40 54 75 88

Sensory visits open to all in July and August


Every Friday in July and August at 4pm, the château offers a sensory visit, open to all and adapted to people with disabilities. An ideal way to discover the site.
Duration: 90 mins maximum. Places are limited.
Fee: €3/€2 (reduced*)
Free for visitors with disabilities and children under 10.

Visitors with reduced mobility

Access

The entranceway to the Château de Clisson can be accessed via the château car park (reserved car parking), upon request. Access is via a wooden walkway (distance: approx. 200m). 
The main entrance is partially accessible to visitors with reduced mobility.
For visitors who have difficulty walking, portable folding chairs are available at the front desk, upon request.

Visiting the site

The château site is partially accessible to visitors with reduced mobility : steps, moderate to steep slopes, paving stones, rocks, and attractions which are spaced at a distance from each other.
It is advisable to visit the site accompanied. Some seating points or rest areas can be found scattered throughout the grounds.


Activities

Regularly scheduled activities (guided tours, family workshops) are partially accessible for visitors with reduced mobility, when accompanied.
Facilitators and guides can adapt the course of visits to suit visitors with reduced mobility.

Visitors with mental or cognitive disabilities

Access

Access to the reception area of the Château de Clisson is accessible to visitors with mental or cognitive disabilities, when accompanied. 
A booklet with a map of the site, the opening hours, entrance fees and services and amenities is currently under development.

Visiting the site

An independent visit of the château is possible for visitors with mental or cognitive disabilities, when accompanied.

Activities

Regularly scheduled activities (guided tours, family workshops) are partially accessible for visitors with mental or cognitive disabilities, when accompanied.
Facilitators and guides can adapt the course of visits to suit visitors with mental or cognitive disabilities.

Blind and visually impaired visitors

Access

For greater comfort and safety, we recommend that blind and visually impaired visitors come accompanied. Guide dogs are welcome. 

Visiting the site

For greater comfort and safety, we recommend that blind and visually impaired visitors come accompanied.

Activities 

Regularly scheduled activities (guided tours, family workshops) are partially accessible for visitors who are blind or visually impaired.
Facilitators and guides can adapt the course of visits, tools and content to suit visitors who are blind or visually impaired.

Deaf or hearing impaired visitors

Access

Currently, we don’t have magnetic loops allowing visitors to interact with our staff.

Visiting the site

The current interpretive route includes numerous visual elements allowing visitors to gain a greater understanding of the site and its history. A short, easy-to-read booklet is currently under preparation. 

Activities

Regularly scheduled activities (guided tours, family workshops) are partially accessible for deaf or hearing impaired visitors who can lip-read.