Tours of the château and grounds

Tours of the castle interior

Privately owned by the same family since 1821, the doors of Château de Kerouzéré are open to visitors. As the chateau is still inhabited, the owners have opened up almost half of the chateau’s twenty or so rooms for you to discover in different ways:

Guided tour

The guided tour of the Château de Kerouzéré, first drafted over 150 years ago and regularly updated as new discoveries are made, is a must! Follow the guide on a 45-minute tour and delve into the history of this exceptional site, from the 15th century to present day.

Open house

Would you prefer to stroll at your own pace through the bowels of this granite stronghold? You can discover the Château de Kerouzéré on your own, guided by the many signs that will help you learn more about this historic heritage.

Special" visit

Book a visit guided by the owner followed by an aperitif or enjoy a fun tour, with a ‘seek and find’ little game for children.
Several unusual tours are offered during the tourist season. Be sure to book your ticket, as space is limited!

Please note that,except for special events, the château and grounds are closed to visitors at weekends, as they are open to privatization (weddings, birthdays, etc.).

Before you come, don’t forget to look at the “Schedules and Rates” tab.

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Outdoor park tours

In 2024, the park at Château de Kerouzéré will be open to visitors free of charge.

As well as seeing the château gradually appear as you walk up a plane tree avenue, you’ll be able to walk through the grounds and catch a glimpse of the château’s original dovecote, its fountain and its 19th-century washhouse.

15th-century dovecote at Château de Kerouzéré

In 2024, the Kerouzéré woods will unfortunately be closed to the public. Storm Ciaran, which hit North Finistère in November 2023, wreaked havoc in the woods, which will therefore not be accessible again until spring 2025. For your own safety, please do not venture there!

See you soon at Château de Kerouzéré!