Jul-Sep: weekends and Bank Hols 2pm-6pm; Heritage Days (Journées du Patrimoine): 11am-7pm
A fortified stronghold in the 13C, from 1750 to 1789 the castle was converted into the residence of Pierre-Antoine de Longpra, advisor to the Dauphiné parliament. The original moats were turned into a water feature and the defensive walls and terraces were replaced by formal flower beds. The relatively low-key outer architecture hides an interior of 18C Italian inspiration, the work of some of the leading regional craftsmen of the era.
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