Public with disabilities
You are a person with reduced mobility, visually impaired or hearing impaired ?
La Roche Courbon strives to make its castle and gardens accessible.
At the entrance
A two-space car park is available for people with reduced mobility.
Adapted toilets are also at your disposal. They are located in our reception area on simple request.
In the gardens
Most of the gardens can be explored on foot peacefully. An access path to the gardens is possible without going through the stairs.
Good to know: if you are in a wheelchair, for your comfort we advise you to come accompanied by a person capable of pushing you up the few slopes of the area.
The exhibition rooms and old games rooms are accessible by an access ramp at the foot of a castle tower.
The exhibition on the history of the gardens is made up of large vertical panels illustrated by large visuals, accompanied by texts with enlarged characters..
If you have a guide dog, they are welcome to accompany you in the gardens..
In the castle
The guided tour is wheelchair accessible on the ground floor (6 out of 7 rooms can be visited). For the deaf and hard of hearing, a tour booklet is available on request..
For blind people, a touch table is available at reception on request. It is made up of 12 boxes containing prehistoric tools. You will discover, through touch, these flint objects that prehistoric men shaped. The table is equipped with a Victor sound monitor which will allow you to have the explanations corresponding to each box.
For the disabled person, a rate of €10.50 for the complete visit is applied; and a price of €6.50 for a self-guided tour of the gardens. The price for the guide is the normal rate, namely €13.50 for the complete visit and €9.50 for the garden visit.