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Châteaux of Île-de-France

This is the list of Châteaux in Île-de-France. It is wealthiest and most populated. It consists mostly of Paris aire urbaine (French metropolitan area). It is divided into 8 departments namely: Paris, Essonne, Hauts-de-Seine, Seine-Saint-Denis, Seine-et-Marne, Val-de-Marne, Val-d'Oise, and Yvelines

We have listed 516 Chateaux in the Île-de-France (including ruins and "lost" Châteaux), of which 202 have their own dedicated page. If you know of any Châteaux in Île-de-France that are not in our list, please let us know!

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http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portail:Châteaux_de_France

Châteaux of Paris

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Bastille1370DestroyedThe Bastille was occasionally used as a prison during the reign of Louis XI. It was completely destroyed after the fall of the Bastille on July 14, 1789 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bastille_(Paris)
Château de Bagatelle1777ParisIt is the subject of a classification as historical monuments since January 31, 1978.
Château de Bagnolet17th centuryDestroyedBagnolet and ParisIt was destroyed at the beginning of the 19th century. A hospice for elderly is established in 1884 on the site of the castle of Bagnolet. It bears the name of hospice Alquier-Debrousse and still exists.
Château de Boulainvilliers1381Passy
Château de Grenelle
Château du Louvre1190Passy
Château de Madrid1528DestroyedNeuilly-sur-SeineToday, there are some stone and pottery fragments preserved in museums at Sèvres and Écouen.
Château de MénilmontantMénilmontant
Château de la Muette1741In good conditionParisIn 1948, the heirs of Henri de Rothschild sell the domain to the Organization for European Economic Cooperation (OEEC), which set up its headquarters in the castle. Today, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which succeeded the OEEC has its headquarters at the castle and offices working in the surrounding buildings.
Château des Porcherons1310Ruinsrue Saint-Lazare
Château de Reuilly629DestroyedThe castle was gradually abandoned after being passed into the hands of King John II of France and Humbert de la Tour-du-Pin in the 16th century. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Reuilly
Château des TernesParis 17e ArrondissementOwned by the town
Château de la TournelleDestroyedParisIt was transformed into filing for convicts due to the request of Vincent de Paul. Following the Revolution, the convicts were transferred in 1790 to the onetime college Bernardine. The demolition of the castle and the Saint-Bernard was effective in 1792 and remains today have no more trace of these buildings.
Château de Vincennes et ses abordsParis 12e Arrondissement
Conciergerie13th centuryRestoredThe monument is managed by the Centre des Monuments Nationaux, to which it was assigned as an endowment by a decree of April 2, 2008. It is now possible to visit, and temporary exhibitions are organized. There is also a revolutionary reconstitution of jail cells pailleux in pistol and that of Marie-Antoinette, and the blade of the guillotine that was used to perform Lacenaire. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conciergerie
Maison du Temple1170DestroyedParisNapoleon demolished the tower of the Temple in 1808 to prevent it becoming a shrine royalist. Demolition lasted two years. Today, nothing remains of the enclosure and buildings. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maison_du_Temple
Palais de la Cité13th centuryIn good conditionParis
Palais du LouvreIn good conditionParisIt is a former royal palace in Paris. The Louvre is the largest European palace, and the second largest building in the continent after the Palace of the Romanian Parliament. It now houses one of the richest museums of art in the world: the Louvre Museum.
Palais du Luxembourg17th centuryRestoredIt is the seat of the French Senate - which was installed in 1799.
Palais-Royal1628ParisToday it houses the Conseil d'État, the Constitutional Council and the Ministry of Culture .
Palais des Tuileries1564DestroyedIt became a royal residence of many sovereigns (Henri IV, Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI or Louis XVIII), and Imperial (Napoleon I then Napoleon III) until its destruction by fire in May 1871. Its ruins were demolished in 1883 (official start of demolition in January).

Châteaux of Seine et marne

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Chateau d'Argeville17th centuryIn good conditionVernou-la-Celle-sur-SeinePrivately owned
Château d'Aunoy18th centuryChampeauxThe castle's courtyard, moat, common, walls, gates and park were registered historic monument April 25, 1986.
Château de Beaumont-du-Gâtinais17th centuryBeaumont-du-GâtinaisPrivately owned.
Château de Beaurepaire17th centuryVernou-la-Celle-sur-SeinePrivate property
Château de Bélou17th-18th centuryIn good conditionBoutignyPrivately owned
Château de Blandy-les-Tours13th centuryRestoredBlandy-les-ToursAcquired by the General Council of Seine-et-Marne in 1992 , the castle has been since then a complete restoration project designed and implemented by Jacques Moulin , chief architect of historical monuments, which actually helped make life monument by finding an assignment and opening it to the public.
Château de Bois-le-VicomteRuinesMitry-Mory
Château de Boissise-le-Roi16th-19th centuryBoissise-le-RoiOwned by a private company
Château de Bombon17th centuryBombonPrivately owned
Château des Boulayes1785ChâtresCurrently owned by Gima Company (Managing furniture and agricultural investment).
Château de Bourron12th centuryRestoredBourron-MarlotteIt is now tranformed into Bed and Breakfast place. Some celebrities have been here like: Johnny Hallyday, Michael Jackson and Marlene Jobert. It was also a setting for some films.
Château de Brie-Comte-Robert12th centuryBrie-Comte-RobertSince the creation of the Association "Friends of the Old Castle of Brie-Comte-Robert" in 1982, volunteers are working to excavations, restoration of architectural heritage and development of the site. In 2003, the curtain lifts are more than six meters high tower Brie is restored, the mansion is destroyed, and the Saint-Jean tower partially rebuilt.
Château de Brou17th centuryRestoredBrou-sur-ChantereineIt can be rented for receptions (weddings, seminars, etc.), the shooting, the photo shoots, etc.
Château de ByThomery
Château de Champgueffier17th centuryRebuiltLa Chapelle-IgerIn 1862, the castle had burned Champgueffier, General Eugene Dubern, grand-son of Louis Boislandry, had it rebuilt. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Champgueffier
Château de Champs-sur-Marne1699Under restorationChamps-sur-MarneFrom the late 1980s the pace of shooting film, television and advertising are not stepping up (about 80 shoots to date). The richness of the interior and furniture and questions the French gardens are popular effects of filmmakers around the world. It is under restoration work and the castle is closed to the public. The reopening is scheduled Sunday, June 30, 2013. The park can still be visited.
Château de ChancepoixChâteau-LandonPrivately owned
Château de La ChapelleLa Chapelle-Gauthier
Château de ChâtenoyChâtenoyPrivately owned
Château de Châtillon-la-Borde16th centuryChâtillon-la-BordePrivately owned
Château de Chenoise16th centuryChenoisePrivately owned
Château de ChessyChessy
Château de Chevry-en-Sereine17th centuryIn good conditionChevry-en-SereinePrivately owned
Château de Combreux1770In good conditionTournan-en-BrieSince 1998 the castle house the social residence Frederic Ozanam, managed by the Fondation d'Auteuil, which includes a youth worker, an emergency shelter, a residential center and rehabilitation and micro-nursery. It can accommodate up to 112 young adults aged 18 to 25 who have completed a professional project. These residents are singles, with or without children, who have jobs, who are seeking or training. The residence offers each person an aid to social and vocational rehabilitation. Depending on their project, residents can stay in the castle a few months to 2 or 3 years.
Château de Coupvray17th-18th centuryCoupvrayPrivately owned
Château de Courquetaine17th-19th centuryCourquetainePrivately owned
Château de Cramayel18th centuryIn good conditionMoissy-CramayelOwned by a private company
Château de Croix-Fontaine18th centurySeine-PortPrivate property
Château Diant13th-19th centuryDiantPrivately owned
Château du duc d'Épernon17th centuryIn good conditionFontenay-TrésignyPrivately owned
Château de Douy-la-Ramée13th-16th centuryDouy-la-RaméePrivately owned
Château d'ÉcoublayIn good conditionFontenay-Trésigny
Château de Egreville16th centuryEgrevillePrivately owned
Château de Esmans13th-14th centuryEsmansPrivately owned
Château d'ÉvryÉvry-Grégy-sur-Yerre
Château de Faÿ-lès-Nemours17th centuryFaÿ-lès-NemoursPrivately owned
Château de Ferrières1829In good conditionFerrières-en-BrieIt was considered the most luxurious French chateau in the 19th century. The castle, inhabited until 1959, was bequeathed to the University of Paris by Baron Guy de Rothschild and his wife Marie-Hélène. A foundation named after its donor is now the castle, a center of studies and intellectual contemplation and a place of academic meetings and symposia on scientific news, art and literature.
Château de Flamboin (ancien)GouaixPrivately owned
Château de Fleury-en-Bière16th centuryRestoredFleury-en-BièreThe monument is the subject of a classification as historical monuments since December 17, 1947.
Château de Fontainebleau12th centuryFontainebleauSince 1981, the castle with its park is part of the World Heritage of UNESCO . A rich architectural framework of the first order, the Fontainebleau also has one of the largest collections of antique furniture from France, and maintains an outstanding collection of paintings, sculptures, and works of art, ranging from 6th-19th centuries.
Château de Forges14th centuryIn good conditionMontereauSince 2007, the current owners have converted a part of the castle in the guest rooms. Forges Castle can be visited during Heritage Days. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Forges
Château de FortoiseauVilliers-en-Bière
Chateau du Génitoy17th-18th centuryBussy-Saint-GeorgesState property
Château de Gesvres-le-Duc18th centuryCrouy-sur-OurcqPrivately owned
Château de GrandpuitsGrandpuits-Bailly-Carrois
Château de La Grange-Bléneau14th centuryCourpalayIt is now the property of the Foundation-Josée and René de Chambrun.
Château de la Grange-le-Roi16th-17th centuryGrisy-SuisnesPrivately owned
Château de Graville16th-19th centuryVernou-la-Celle-sur-SeineOwned by a private company
Château de GrégyÉvry-Grégy-sur-Yerre
Château de Grez-sur-Loing12th centuryGrez-sur-LoingOwned by the town
Château du GuéCongis-sur-ThérouannePrivately owned
Château de Guermantes (Gouvernes)GouvernesPrivately owned
Château de Guermantes17th centuryGuermantesThe castle was bought in 2008 was transformed into a conference center. It is closed to the public.
Château de la Houssaye-en-Brie17th centuryHoussaye-en-Brie (La)Owned by a private company
Château du Houssoy14th-15th centuryCrouy-sur-OurcqOwned by an association
Château du JardVoisenon
Château de Jossigny18th centuryJossignyBaron Guy Francois donated to the state in 1949, retaining the usufruct until his death in 1975. Since that time, the castle falls within the Centre for National Monuments and conservation of the castle of Champs-sur-Marne.
Château de Launoy-Renault13th-16th centuryVerdelotOwned by an association
Château de Lieusaint18th centuryRebuilt in 1910LieusaintThe current castle Lieusaint or castle gate, was built in 1910 for Mr. and Mrs. Jean-Baptiste Martin Gobert, industrial and philanthropists, owners of department stores Reaumur (the Sigrand family-Thierry & Martin) fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Lieusaint
Château du Martroy17th-19th centuryChauconin-NeufmontiersPrivately owned
Château du Ménillet14th-16th centuryChapelles-Bourbon (Les)Privately owned
Château de Monglat17th centuryCerneuxOwned by a private company
Château de Montaiguillon (ruines)12th centuryLouan-Villegruis-FontaineOwned by a private company
Château de Montereau-Fault-Yonne11th-14th centuryMontereau-Fault-YonnePrivately owned
Château de Montceaux or Château des Reines16th centuryMontceaux-lès-Meaux Destroyed a few years after the Revolution, it remains today a few ruins and a chapel, buildings forecourt transformed into bourgeois house and part of the castle became a farm. Park said Castle Montceaux also retains memory.
Château de Moret (ancien)12th-17th centuryMoret-sur-LoingPrivately owned
Château de La Motte Lorrez-le-Bocage-Préaux16th centuryLorrez-le-Bocage-PréauxPrivately owned
Chateau de Motteux16th-18th centuryMarolles-sur-SeinePrivately owned
Chateau de NandyNandyOwned by a private company
Château de La Motte Nangis1436NangisIt now houses the administrative services the city.
Château de Nantouillet16th centuryIn good conditionNantouilletPrivately owned
Château de Nemours12th centuryNemoursIn 1901, a committee chaired by the sculptor nemourien Chrysostom Justin Sanson (1833-1910) decides to restore the place to found a museum, opened in 1903. Workshop consists of Sanson and painter funds Ernest Market , the collection grew rapidly donations printer intaglio Adolphe Ardail first curator of the institution. The Castle Museum Nemours reopened on October 7 2007, for the exhibition Zao Wou-Ki, painter Franco - Chinese after many years of closure.
Château de Noisiel (Ancien)19th centuryNoisielOwned by a public institution
Château de Noisiel (Petit)19th centuryNoisielOwned by a public institution
Château de Nolongues (ancien)JouarrePrivately owned
Château de Noyen16th-18th centuryNoyen-sur-SeinePrivate property
Château de Paley14th-18th centuryPaleyOwned by a private company
Château de PoncherLésigny
Château du PréChartrettes
Château de la Reine Blanche (ancien)12th centuryProvinsPrivately owned
Château de La Rochette18th centuryRochette (La)State property
Château de Rouillon1595ChartrettesProud of a strong history, the building was able to adapt and evolve with the times. As the setting for the film, the centuries-old walls have known works such as "The Governess" or "Mrs." by director Toni Del Duomo. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Rouillon
Château de Saint-Ange de Villecerf1543VillecerfIts site listed castle historical monument.
Château de Sainte-Assise1608Seine-PortIn 1998 , the French Navy became the owner of the radio center and been using to communicate with nuclear submarines, low frequencies with characteristic good spread in water.
Château de SigySigyThe castle is registered historical monuments since 1984.
Château de SivrySivry-CourtryPrivately owned
Château de SuisnesGrisy-SuisnesPrivately owned
Château de Vaux-le-Pénil18th-19th centuryIn good conditionVaux-le-PénilOwned by a private company
Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte1656MaincyThis is where the wedding of basketball player Tony Parker and actress Eva Longoria took place. It is also served as the backdrop for many films and TV movies like: James Bond-Moonraker (1979), The Man in the Iron Mask (1997), Marie Antoinette (2006) and many more.
Château de Villeceaux15th-19th centuryJaulnesPrivately owned
Château de Villiers-ChapuisPamfou
Château de Villiers-les-MailletsSaint-Barthélemy
Château du Vivier13th-14th centuryIn good conditionFontenay-TrésignyOwned by a private company
Château des Vives Eaux18th centuryDammarie-lès-LysIt was hired by Endemol and TF1 for the filming of their show Star Academy between 20 October 2001 and 15 February 2008 (from season 1 to season 7, the season 8 set in a mansion in Paris) fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_des_Vives_Eaux
Château de VoisenonVoisenon
Tour César12th centuryProvinsCaesar the tower is subject to classification as historical monuments since 1846.

Châteaux of Yvelines

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'Acosta1671DestroyedAubergenvilleThe castle was destroyed in 1965 to make way for the construction of some 1,900 housing. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_d'Acosta
Château d'AcquevilleVillennes-sur-Seine
Château d'Agnou16th centuryTransformed into hospice at the First World War, occupied by the Wehrmacht during the Second, it will be abandoned in the 1960s. Saved by its new owners in the years 1970, he gradually recovered his image 16th century. It is now a private condominium.
Château d'AigremontAigremont
Château de Bazemont16th-19th centuryBazemontOwned by the town
Château de Blaru
Château de Boulémont
Château de Bechevillemid-19th centuryIn good conditionLes Mureaux
Château de Béhoust18th centuryIn good conditionBéhoustOwned by a private company.
Château de BenainvilliersMorainvilliers
Château de BerthemontPoissy
Château de Beynes11th centuryRuineBeynesFrom 1995 to 1999, it is the subject of excavations then work confortation.
Château de La Boissière1853La Boissière-ÉcoleIn 1948, Olympus II executes the last wishes of his mother with the castle at school. In 1966, the estate became the property of the National Education.
Château de Bonnelles1847RestoredBonnellesProtection is provided by registration under the historical monuments for its facades , its roof and dining room, by order of April 8, 2010.
Château de Boulémont17th centuryHerbevilleIn 1996, he is the subject of an inventory of the Ministry of Culture under the outstanding gardens.
Château de Bourdonné17th-19th centuryBourdonnéPrivately owned
Château de La BretècheSaint-Nom-la-Bretèche
Château de BrissacLa Celle-les-Bordes
Chateau de Brouëssy18th centuryMagny-les-HameauxOwned by a private company
Chateau de Brueil-en-Vexin16th-17th centuryBrueil-en-VexinPrivate property
Château de la BrunetterieOrgeval
Château de Breteuil17th centuryRestoredChoiselFrom 1967, the castle was restored by Henri-Francois Marquis de Breteuil. Marquise and his wife Séverine born Decazes of Glucksberg, daughter of the 4th Duke Decazes and 4th Duke of Glucksberg and its open to the public.
Château du Buat1730MauleFrom 1942-1944, it was a domestic science school for girls. 1951: creation by Mr. Corcoral and the mother superior, a private agricultural school, the Ministry of Agriculture giving its approval to the creation. June 1, 2007, the Journal of 20h on France 2 shows a report on the activities and projects of the school, including subjects such as ecology, tourism and help the elderly. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_du_Buat
Château de BuresMorainvilliers
Château de la Celle1748La Celle Saint-CloudThe castle is a historic monument in 1978. The park is he ranked among the sites of the department of Yvelines since a decree of March 22, 1985
Château La Celle-les-BordesIn good conditionCelle-les-Bordes (La)Owned by a private company.
Château de Coignières
Château de CoubertinSaint-Rémy-lès-ChevreusePrivately owned
Château de La ChausséeBougival
Château de ClairefontainePolaincourt-et-Clairefontaine
Château de la Couharde17th-19th centuryIn good conditionQueue-les-Yvelines (La)Owned by a private company
Château de la Cour-Senlisse16th-17th centurySenlissePrivately owned
Château de Cravent
Château de Croissy18th centuryIn good conditionCroissy-sur-SeineOwned by the town
Château de Dampierre1675Dampierre-en-YvelinesThe castle is the subject of a registration under the historical monuments since May 30, 1928
Château du DonjonLe Pecq
Château d'Épône17th centuryRemainsÉpôneDestroyed in 1944 by the German Army. It remains today as common, occupied by the municipal cultural center and park, open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_d'Épône
Château de la Faisanderie (ancien)18th centuryChatouPrivately owned
Château de La FalaiseLa Falaise
Château de FeugèresOrgeval
Château de GambaiseuilGambaiseuil
Château de Grand'Maison18th-19th centuryVillepreuxPrivately owned
Château de GrandchampLe Pecq
Château de Grignon17th centuryThiverval-GrignonCurrently the seat of a national agricultural school upper part of the Institute of Science and industries and living environment (AgroParisTech).
Château de Groussay1815Montfort-l'AmauryThe castle is a private property and is open to visitors. All (castle park, factories) was classified a historic monument in 1993
Château du Haut-Buc1864RenovatedBucThe state bought the property in 1954 and used as a school building. The town meanwhile, not only appropriates 1988 and renovated in the year 2000.
Château du Haut-OrgevalOrgeval
Château du Haut Rosay16th-19th centuryRuinsRosayPrivately owned
Château d'Hanneucourt18th-19th centuryGargenvillePrivately owned
Château de Jambville16th-19th centuryIn good conditionJambvilleOwned by a private company
Château de La JaunièreAdainville
Château de La JonchèreBougival
Château de La TourTriel-sur-Seine
Château des IfsOrgerus
Château des Lions17th centuryIn good conditionPort-Marly (Le)Owned by the town
Château Louis XIV2008-2011In good conditionLouveciennesPrivate property
Château de Louveciennes18th centuryLouveciennesPrivate property
Château de Madame du Barry17th centuryLouveciennesThe Japanese owner then gave the property for sale. It was bought by a French investor who carefully restored.
Château de la Madeleine1030ChevreuseYou can enjoy free high-courtyard. The backyard is divided into private plots which are not open to the public. Access to the house of the Regional Natural Park of the Haute Vallée de Chevreuse by opening the old drawbridge . It is possible to visit some rooms and hallways where an exhibition traces the history of the castle.
Château de MagnanvilleMagnanville
Château de Maisons-Laffitte1641Maisons-LaffitteIn 1905 , the state bought the castle to save it from demolition and is classified historic monument in April 1914.
Château de MareilMareil-sur-Mauldre
Château de Marly1679DestroyedMarly-le-RoiIt was destroyed during the First Empire.
Château de MarcqMarcq
Château de Mauvières17th centurySaint-Forget This building is subject to registration as a historic monument since January 24, 1968.
Château de Médan9th centuryMédanIt was the castle of Boris Williams, played by Francois Chaumette in the French drama or Belphegor Phantom of the Louvre in 1965.
Château de Méridon1883ChevreuseThe Association Franco-Dutch Cultural Centre bought the property in 1958 and continues to organize training in educational and cultural. The castle is not open to the public, but it is possible to organize cultural, tourism courses or seminars associations or companies.
Château du Mesnil18th-19th centuryFontenay-Saint-PèrePrivately owned
Château du Mesnil-Saint-Denis1589Mesnil-Saint-DenisThe monument is subject to registration as a historic monument since January 4, 1947.
Château des Mesnuls16th centuryMesnulsSince 2008, the Hammond Castle is exclusively dedicated to hosting business seminars
Château de Mézy dit le Gibet dit aussi Villa Poiret20th centuryMézy-sur-SeinePrivately owned
Château MigneauxPoissy
Château de Millemont16th-18th centuryMillemontPrivately owned
Château de Monte-Cristo1846Port-Marly It is now a museum open to the public since 1994. It is owned by the "Syndicat intercommunal de Monte-Cristo" which includes the municipalities of Port-Marly, of Marly-le-Roi and Pecq.
Château de MontjoieSaint-Nom-la-Bretèche
Château de Maisons-Lafitte
Château de Mauvières
Château de MontplaisantOrgerus
Château de la Mormaire17th centuryIn good conditionGrosrouvrePrivately owned
Château de Neuville16th centuryRestoredGambais It was not until 1966 that the Labriffe family began a long and thorough restoration that continues today. Still inhabited by the family, the castle is now Neuville occasionally rented for weddings and receptions.
Château de Noisy-le-Roi18th centuryNoisy-le-RoiOwned by a private company
Château d'Orsonville
Château de Pinceloup20th centuryIn good conditionSonchampOwned by the town
Château de Plaisir17th-18th centuryPlaisirOwned by the town
Château de La PlameOrphin
Château du Plessis-MornayLongvilliers
Château du Pont17th centuryLouveciennesPrivately owned
Château de Pontchartrain17th centuryJouars-Pontchartrain The castle is now owned by a private company.
Château de Rambouillet1374RambouilletSince the end of 2009, the castle and the Domaine national de Marly-le-Roi and of Souzy-la-Briche no longer part of the presidential residence.
Château de Richebourg
Château de Rocquencourt18th centuryRocquencourtPrivately owned
Château de Rochefort-en-Yvelines11th-19th centuryRuinsRochefort-en-YvelinesOwned by a private company
Château de La Rolanderie18th centuryMaule It is now a condominium private. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_La_Rolanderie
Château Ronsard-Maeterlinck (ancien)15th-17th centuryMédanPrivately owned
Château de Rosay
Château de Rosny-sur-Seine1598Rosny-sur-Seine The castle, including the grounds and outbuildings subject to a classification as historical monuments since July 11, 1941.
Château de Saint-CorentinSepteuil
Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye1124Saint-Germain-en-LayeIt is a former residence of the kings of France. It was the place of signing numerous peace treaties and royal edicts. It is dedicated to the National Museum of Archaeology.
Château-Neuf de Saint-Germain-en-Laye1556Saint-Germain-en-LayeIt remains today the Pavillon Henri IV, the Pavilion garden, a terrace and two ramps at the end of rue Thiers overlooking the Avenue du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny and some remains in the cellars of the area (at 3 rue des Arcades, for example). fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château-Neuf_de_Saint-Germain-en-Laye
Château de Saint-IlliersSaint-Illiers-la-Ville
Château de Sainte-Mesme15th-19th centurySainte-MesmePrivately owned
Château de SauvageUnknownÉmancéToday the castle is owned by the International Fund for the Preservation of Nature (IWPF) and the park has a wildlife sanctuary where a diverse exotic wildlife lives near freedom, except the birds of small size.
Château de Septeuil18th centuryIn good conditionSepteuilPrivate property
Château de Tilly17th- 18th centuryTillyPrivate property
Château de Thoiry1559ThoiryThe castle is open to the public since 1968 by Count Antoine de la Panouse is also famous for its zoo. It is listed in the inventory of historical monuments since 1973. The wooded area surrounding it covers 380 hectares, 130 of which are occupied by the zoo.
Château de TrappesTrappes
Château de Tremblay-sur-Mauldre (Le)17th centuryTremblay-sur-Mauldre (Le)Owned by a private company
Château de TrielTriel-sur-SeinePart of the site is now open to the public in a city park which is a club tennis.
Château du Val17th centuryRebuiltSaint-Germain-en-LayeThe castle became a residence for members of the Legion of Honor.
Château du Val JoliBures
Château de Vaugien19th-20th centurySaint-Rémy-lès-ChevreusePrivately owned
Château de Vaux16th-19th centuryVaux-sur-SeinePrivately owned
Château de VerduronMarly-le-Roi
Château de Versailles1623VersaillesThe whole area is listed since 1979 on the list of World Heritage established by UNESCO.
Château de Villennes13th centuryVillennes-sur-Seine Practically maintained, it slowly deteriorates and sells it in 1893 to Mr. Pichard of Page who in turn resell batch a few years later ... fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Villennes
Château de VillepreuxVillepreux
Château de VilliersPoissy
Château de Villiers-le-Mahieu13th-17th centuryVilliers-le-MahieuPrivately owned
Château du VivierIn good conditionAubergenville
Château de Voisins19th centuryIn good conditionLouveciennesOwned by a private company
Château de Voisins1903Saint-Hilarion The castle was used as a location for several films and television, including: State of Grace (1986) of Jacques Rouffio; Vatel (2000) in Roland Joffe and many more.
Château de Wideville16th centuryCrespièresIt is currently owned by the designer Italian Valentino Garavani.
Château de Wideville (Davron)Davron
Domaine dit Désert de Retz18th centuryChambourcyOwned by a private company
Donjon de Houdan12th centuryRuinedHoudanOwned by the town
Donjon de Maurepas12th centuryRuinedMaurepas
Donjon de Montainville
Ferme de PoncyPoissy
Grand Trianon1687VersaillesThe unit is now open to the public in the National Museum of the castles of Versailles and Trianon.
Institution Notre-Dame " Les Oiseaux "18th-20th centuryVerneuil-sur-SeineOwned by a private company
Pavillon de la Muette1775Saint-Germain-en-LayeClassified historical monument April 7, 1921
Petit TrianonVersaillesIn 2010, the Petit Trianon into the virtual world with its reconstruction in three dimensions available on the internet, made ??with three objectives of conservation, restoration and enhancement.
Tour Anne-de-Bretagne15th centuryRuineMontfort-l'AmauryThe tower was listed as a historic monument in 1862, it is now owned by the state and managed by the National Forest.
Tour du Mesnil-RenardBonnières-sur-Seine
Tour MontjoieConflans-Sainte-Honorine
Tour Saint-MartinMantes-la-Jolie

Châteaux of Essone

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'AmblainvilliersVerrières-le-Buisson
Château d'Angervilliers17th centuryAngervilliersThe old manorial dovecote, at the center of the courtyard common to the ancient castle, is also at the heart of the rehabilitation project and bustling town. Today, it houses the municipal library.
Château d'Ardenay19th centuryPalaiseauDuring the 2000s, the building was listed as a protected monument under the local plan of the town of Palaiseau.
Château d'ArnyBruyères-le-Châtel
Château d'Athis15th centuryAthis-Mons In 1946 settled there the St. Charles Athis-Mons school group.
Château d'AvaucourtAthis-Mons
Château de Ballainvilliers17th centuryIn good conditionBallainvilliers
Château de Bandeville1622Saint-Cyr-sous-Dourdan The park is listed on the inventory of historical monument by order of May 24, 1974.
Château de Baville1625Saint-ChéronThe castle was used as a filming location for the series Internat released in 2009 on M6.
Château de Beauregard1611Saint-Jean-de-BeauregardThe castle was registered under the Historic Monuments on October 28, 1926.
Château de Beauvoir1860évryIn 1949, the Social Security bought the estate into a vocational rehabilitation center. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Beauvoir_(Évry)
Château de Bel Abord17th centuryIn good conditionChilly-Mazarin
Château de Bel-AirBièvres
Château de Bel-ÉbatMarcoussis
Château de BellejameMarcoussis
Château de Bellesbat16th centuryCourdimanche-sur-EssonnePrivately owned.
Château de BellevilleGif-sur-Yvette
Château de BièvresBièvres
Château du Bois-Courtin1849Villejust On the south side, two advances are built at each end, they greet each two openings. A round tower was finally added with two openings, raised by a steeple. The whole is covered with slate, zinc roof terrace is located at the top.
Château du Bois LoriotVerrières-le-Buisson
Château de Boissy-le-Sec14th-18th centuryIn good conditionBoissy-le-SecPrivately owned
Château de BoutervilliersBoutervilliers
Château de BrunehautMorigny-Champigny
Château de Bruyères-le-ChâtelBruyères-le-Châtel
Château des Célestins12th centuryMarcoussisThe building is listed as a historical monument in 1963 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_des_Célestins
Château de CernyCerny
Château de ChaigesAthis-Mons
Château de Chamarande1654ChamarandeIn 1957, the last private owner Auguste Mione, director of a large construction company. It was purchase in 1978 by the General Council of Essonne.
Château de ChamprondSaint-Hilaire
Château des Célestins
Château de ChanteloupSaint-Germain-lès-Arpajon
Château de CheptainvilleCheptainville
Château de Chilly-Mazarin1822Chilly-MazarinIn 1971 , the complex was bought by the municipality to install the City Hall.
Château de CorbevilleOrsay
Château de Courances1622CourancesThe castle is the subject of a classification as historical monuments since June 27, 1983.
Château de Courson1550Courson-MonteloupCurrently owned by the Nervaux-Loys Family.
Château de Dommerville18th centuryRestoredDommervilleThe castle is inhabited by its owner to be rented for receptions and parties. It is listed in the inventory of historical monuments since March 28, 1977 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Dommerville
Château de Dourdan1220Dourdan Owned by the town and its now a museum.
Château de Echarcon18th-19th centuryEcharconPrivately owned.
Château d'Écharcon
Château d'Étampes
Château de l'Ermitage
Château de Farcheville13th centuryRestoredBouvilleMajor restoration still take place in the 1980s.
Château de la Fontaine13th centuryBrétigny-sur-OrgeCurrently owned by D'Essonne University of Evry-Val and its now house the Institute of Technology.
Château de Forges14th centuryForges-les-BainsSince 2007, the current owners have converted a part of the castle in the guest rooms. Castle can be visited during Heritage Days.
Château de Frémigny18th centuryRestoredBouray-sur-JuineIt is since 1963 the possession of the insurance group UAP - now AXA - which has fully restored the castle in the 1980s, to make a training center.
Château de FromenteauJuvisy-sur-Orge
Château de Frémigny
Château de Gif-sur-Yvette1831Gif-sur-YvetteIn 1938, after several sales, the town becomes the owner and installed the mayor's office and other municipal services.
Château de Gillevoisin17th centuryJanville-sur-JuineThe monument is subject to registration as a historic monument since February 13, 1969.
Château de GironvilleGironville-sur-Essonne
Château du Grand Mesnil (Bures-sur-Yvette)Bures-sur-Yvette
Château du Grand Mesnil (Orsay)Orsay
Château de Grand-VauxSavigny sur Orge
Château de la Grange13th centuryVilleconinPrivately owned
Château du Grand Saint-Mars17th centuryChalo-Saint-MarsThe chapel is the subject of a registration under the historical monuments since November 20, 1990.
Château de la Grange1617Yerres In 2000, the castle was bought by the Savry group renamed "Château du Maréchal de Saxe" and installed a luxury hotel.
Château de GrillonDourdan
Château d'Huison-Longueville16th centuryD'Huison-LonguevillePrivately owned.
Château de Janvry17th centuryJanvryThe only time the castle was opened to the public in 1995 for a show of pyrotechnics. Currently, the area of the castle Janvry used to organize hunts.
Château de Jeurre17th-18th centuryMorigny-ChampignyPrivately owned
Château de Juvisy19th centuryIn good conditionJuvisy-sur-Orge
Château de LaunayOrsay
Château de LeuvilleLeuville-sur-Orge
Château de LimonVauhallan
Château de LormoyLongpont-sur-Orge
Château du Marais1772Val-Saint-Germainowadays, you can visit the castle of the late 18th century, its French gardens, the museum Talleyrand and orangery. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_du_Marais
Château de la Martinière (Bièvres)18th centuryIn good conditionBièvresOwned by the department
Château de la Martinière (Saclay)Saclay
Château de Méréville1768Méréville Currently owned by the General Council of Essonne and it is now a museum.
Château du Merle-BlancAvrainville
Château du MesnilLongpont-sur-Orge
Château de Mesnil-Voisin (Bouray-sur-Juine)1632Bouray-sur-JuineCurrently owned by a private company.
Château du Mesnil-Voisin (Janville-sur-Juine)Janville-sur-Juine
Château du Mesnil-Voisin (Lardy)Lardy
Château de Milly-la-Forêt13th centuryMilly-la-Forêt In 1964 was restored to the wash Bonde downstream of the river that was part of the field. On December 20, 1972 the castle was partly recorded at historical monuments.
Château de MignauxVerrières-le-Buisson
Château de Montagu1402RuineMarcoussisIt was given in 1940 by Genevieve de La Baume-Pluvinel, as well as land and the modern castle, the Auteuil Foundation provided to make a horticultural school would be named in honor of St. Anthony his death eighteen year old brother during the First World War.
Château de MontmiraultCerny
Château de MonthuchetSaulx-les-ChartreuxIn 1914, the castle was partially demolished.
Château de Montlhéry991RestoredMontlhéryThe tower was officially opened to the public September 15, 2012 at Heritage Days 2012.
Château de Morigny12th-19th centuryMorigny-ChampignyState property
Château de Méréville
Château de Montlhéry
Château de Morsang17th-19th centuryMorsang-sur-OrgeOwned by an association
Château de Milly-la-ForêtIn good conditionOncy-sur-Ecole
Château de La NorvilleLa Norville
Château d'OllainvilleOllainville
Château d'OrgemontCerny
Château d'Orgeval1904Villemoisson-sur-OrgeThis mansion is the subject of a registration under the historical monuments since January 15, 1975 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_d'Orgeval
Château d'OzonvilleAthis-Mons
Château de ParonVerrières-le-Buisson
Château des PastoureauxLardy
Château de Petit-Bourg1716RuinedévryThe Germans occupied the castle during the Second World War , and burned in 1944 , when they left Evry. The ruins were razed. At the site of the castle was built residence of the "Parc de Petit-Bourg." The avenue of chestnut and lime trees along the pavilions of the house was gone from the Royal Castle.
Château du Petit-MaraisPuiselet-le-Marais
Château du Petit-Saint-MarsÉtampes
Château du Plessis-Saint-PèreLa Ville-du-Bois
Château de PreslesCernyThe monument is inscribed under the historical monuments in 1927 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Presles
Château de la RocheOllainville
Château du RuéOllainville
Château des Roches18th centuryBièvresIn 1989, the property was acquired for forty-nine million francs by SŎka Gakkai who renamed it as "literary Maison de Victor Hugo" to open to the public.
Château de Roinville17th centuryRoinvillePrivately owned
Château de la RoueLinas
Château de Sainte-Geneviève-des-Bois14th-18th centurySainte-Geneviève-des-BoisOwned by the town
Château de Saudreville17th-18th centuryIn good conditionVilleconinPrivately owned
Château du Saussay1620Ballancourt-sur-EssonneThe academician Jacques de Bourbon Busset lived in this castle where his children now live, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Château de la SaussayePalaiseau
Château SilvyBièvres
Château de la SoucheMontlhéryThe building is registered under the historical monuments in 1991 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_la_Souche
Château du TronchetChalo-Saint-Mars
Château de Trousseau17th centuryRis-OrangisThe castle was registered under the Historic Monuments by order of November 14, 1985.
Château du Val FleuryGif-sur-Yvette
Château de ValnayÉtampes
Château de Vilgénis
Château de Vauboyen1826BièvresIn 1966, the castle was included in the historical monuments and graded in 1979.
Château de VaudouleursMorigny-Champigny
Château Vaillant16th centuryIn good conditionVerrières-le-Buisson
Château de VerrièresVerrières-le-Buisson
Château de Vilgénis1823RestoredMassyCurrently owned by the Air France and it was turned into a training center.
Château de la Ville-du-BoisLa Ville-du-Bois
Château de Villebon-sur-Yvette1512Villebon-sur-Yvette In 1937, the property is sold to the Congregation of St. Vincent de Paul who will be a retirement home for the brothers Vincentians until 1994, when the castle became a spiritual retreat center. Today, the site also hosts a private high school and college in Catholic boarding and day.
Château de VillebouzinLongpont-sur-Orge
Château de Villeconin1372Villeconin Roland Longevialle is now the owner of the domain, his family continues to open the castle for visit from June 1 to July 10 at the European Heritage Days and throughout the year by appointment for groups.
Château de VillelouvetteÉgly
Château de VillemartinMorigny-ChampignyThe building is registered under the historical monuments in 1983 fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Villemartin
Château de VilliersFirst trace exist in 1006CernyFrom 3 July 1959 until 2001 it was owned by Philippe Clay.
Château de Villiers1782DraveilCastle Villiers hosted an exhibition on meteorites 17, 18, ??24 and 25 November 2012. Many specimens were exposed meteorites (chondrites, achondrites) from around the world including the famous meteorite Draveil including 205.9 g sample was found on the roof of a house in the town which dates back drop the night of 12 to 13 July 2011. A few days later another meteorite 87g fragment will be found again in Draveil. Papers on astronomy were available at the exhibition. Meanwhile there was another exhibition of minerals and fossil.
Château de Villiers-le-Bâcle1650Villiers-le-BâcleThe castle is regularly rented out for private events or film shoots. Thus, scenes Ridiculous, of Grey Souls, as well as the TV series Nicolas Le Floch have been made. The castle is normally closed to the public, but tours are available in summer.
Château de Vilmorin17th centuryVerrières-le-BuissonIt is the subject of a registration under the Historic Monuments since September 8, 1965.
Château de Voisins-le-TuitVilliers-le-Bâcle
Château d'Yerres12th-18th centuryYerresPrivately owned
Domaine de Segrez18th-19th centurySaint-Sulpice-de-FavièresPrivately owned
Domaine de Souzy-la-BricheRemainsSouzy-la-BricheSince May 2007, the President of the Republic Nicolas Sarkozy using the residence La Lanterne in Versailles, traditionally assigned to the Prime Minister, the field Souzy-la-Briche was made ??available to it which does not use it. Thus, as part of a cost reduction of the Presidency, the Elysian administration wished to sell the castle, facing the legal impossibility of doing so (the terms of the bequest prevent this), it seeks to rent since 2008. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domaine_de_Souzy-la-Briche
Manoir des ArdenellesVilleconin
Manoir des ArpentisVauhallan
Manoir de FavreuseBièvres
Manoir d'OrsignySaclay
Manoir de RichevilleVauhallan
Temple de la Gloire1801OrsayAt the end of the Second World War, the area was acquired by the couple Oswald Mosley and Diana Mitford, who did classify the historical monuments on September 27, 1979.
Tour de Guinette10th centuryétampes Tower Guinette has been a classification as historical monuments by the list of 1862.

Châteaux of Hauts de seine

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château d'AntonyAntony
Château d'Asnières
Château d'Asnières1750Asnières-sur-SeineThe Association of Friends of the Castle and Viel Asnieres, created in 1978 by Asnièrois (Ms and Chabas Stieffatre Mrs. Cassan and Rapeaud) has not ceased to work for 40 years for its complete renovation. This should finally lead early 2014 with the opening of the first floor and the room of the Marquise.
Château BarralClamart
Château de Bellevue18th centuryDestroyedMeudonThe last vestiges of the castle disappear from 1943 to 1972, with the exception of the cooler and the terrace. The last vestiges of the castle disappear from 1943 to 1972, with the exception of the cooler and the terrace.
Château de Bois-Préau1854Rueil-MalmaisonIt houses since 1958 a national museum, the annex of Malmaison, dedicated to the captivity and death of Napoleon at St. Helena and the return of the ashes and the Napoleonic legend.
Château de Bourg-la-ReineBourg-la-Reine
Château La BoursidièreChâtenay-Malabry
Château de BrimborionSèvresIt became a municipal museum from 1930 to 1948 and was demolished in 1954. The site is classified in 1934. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Brimborion
Château de Buchillot18th-19th centuryBoulogne-BillancourtOwned by a private company
Château de BuzenvalRueil-Malmaison
Château de Bois-Préau
Château de Chaville17th centuryChavilleThe layout of some fairways and numerous ponds are now the only remains
Château ColbertPlessis-Robinson
Château des ColonnesCourbevoie
Château du Duc de RichelieuGennevilliers
Château de Issy-les-MoulineauxIssy-les-MoulineauxPrivately owned
Chateau Laboissière de Fontenay-aux-RosesFontenay-aux-RosesOwned by a private company
Château des LandesSuresnes
Château de Madrid1528RuineNeuilly-sur-SeineToday, there are still more than a tent in stone and pottery fragments preserved in museums Sèvres and couen.
Château de Malmaison17th centuryRueil-MalmaisonCurrently owned by the French Republic through the National Museums Napoleonic. Museum and open to visitors.
Château de la MarcheMarnes-la-Coquette
Château du Marquis de ChamillartMarnes-la-Coquette
Château du Marquis de ChateauneufMontrouge
Château de Meudon19th centuryMeudonThe whole area is the subject of a classification as historical monuments since April 12, 1972.
Château de Neuilly1751DestroyedNeuilly-sur-SeineThe chapel was consecrated on June 22, 1910 and houses the statue of Our Lady of Good Deliverance, called "the Black Madonna of Paris. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Neuilly
Château de la Petite Malmaison1803Rueil-MalmaisonFirst listed in the supplementary inventory of historic monuments February 8, 1968. The castle of the Petite Malmaison been a classification as historical monuments since 26 April 1995.
Château d'OzanamAsnières-sur-Seine
Château de la Petite Roseraie17th centuryChâtenay-MalabryThe monument is subject to registration as a historic monument since June 5, 1946.
Château du Plessis-PiquetPlessis-Robinson
Château des Princes de ContiIssy-les-Moulineaux
Château de la RonceVille-d'Avray
Château Rothschild19th centuryIn good conditionBoulogne-BillancourtOwned by a private company
Château Sainte-Barbe-des-ChampsFontenay-aux-Roses
Château de Saint-CloudDestroyedSaint-CloudThe orangery of the castle, now state property, that took place the coup of 18 Brumaire (November 10, 1799) in which the Board was abolished in favor of the Consulate.
Château de SceauxSceaux
Château de SèvresSèvres
Château de SuresnesSuresnes
Château de Thierry1776Ville-d'AvrayIn 1969, the town bought the castle, threatened with demolition, and the rest of its fleet. The castle is open to cultural and official activities, shows, city council meetings, concerts, music classes, etc..
Château du ValRueil-Malmaison
Château La VallièreMontrouge
Château de Vanves17th centuryVanvesIn 1799, it was bought by the College Louis le Grand, which turns it into college. In 1859, the castle was enlarged and a chapel was built. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Vanves
Château de VillebonMeudon
Château de Ville-d'Avray18th centuryVille-d'AvrayOwned by the town
Château de Villeneuve-l'Étang18th centuryIn good conditionMarnes-la-CoquetteOwned by a public institution
La Folie-Saint-James1777Neuilly-sur-SeineLa Folie Saint-James is listed in historical monuments since January 23, 1922 and the chapel was closed since April 28, 1922
La Vallée-aux-Loups18th centuryChâtenay-MalabryFrom 1986, the General Council takes the Croux nurseries located next to the property, including landscape and the arboretum of the Valley of Wolves by creating themed gardens linked to the history or topography. The arboretum has a collection of more than 500 species of trees and shrubs. It is labeled "Remarkable Garden".
Petit château de Sceaux17th-18th centuryIn good conditionSceauxOwned by the department

Châteaux of Seine saint denis

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Château des Cèdres17th centuryMontfermeilIt was purchased by the city in 1994. Museum and open to the public. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_des_C%C3%A8dres
Chateau de Clichy-sous-Bois18th-19th centuryClichy-sous-BoisOwned by the town
Chateau de Epinay-sur-Seine18th-20th centuryEpinay-sur-SeineOwned by the town
Château de Gournay-sur-MarneGournay-sur-MarneOwned by the town
Château de la Motte Stains (ancien)StainsPrivately owned
Château de RomainvilleRomainville
Château de Saint-Ouen19th centurySaint-OuenOwned by the town
Château de SevranSevranToday, the "castle" of Fayet is the currently the mayor'office of Sevran. Laboratories still exist but are discounts for municipal services. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Sevran
Chateau de Tremblay-en-FranceTremblay-en-FrancePrivately owned
Château de VaujoursVaujoursOwned by a private company
Château de Villemomble18th centuryRestoredVillemombleUsed for nearly a century (1887 - 1980) by the mayor of the city, it was restored in 2003 under the auspices of the Friends of the feudal castle and "Villemomble villemomblois heritage" (whose purpose is to safeguard Heritage) and now hosts exhibitions and activities of cultural associations.
Petit Château17th centuryMontfermeilThe house now belongs to Bourlon general council that restored in 1994. This is currently a Public Autonomous Establishment (EPA), which hosts under the supervision of the Social Assistance to Children, adolescents 14 to 18 years in conflict or family breakdown. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petit_Château

Châteaux of Val de marne

Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Ancien domaine de l'Hermitage17th-18th centuryQueue-en-Brie (La)Privately owned
Château de Beauté-sur-MarneIn good conditionNogent-sur-Marne
Château de Bercy17th centuryDestroyedCharenton-le-PontDestroyed in 1861
Château de Berny1623RemainsFresnesThe remains today of the castle was part of the north wing in which was installed in the 19th century, a furniture factory, but it remains only to give an idea of the magnificence of the building raised by Mansart already announced that his works would be: high roofs, circular colonnade on the court and in Blois, fence walls decorated Pediments.
Château de Boissy-Saint-LégerBoissy-Saint-Léger
Château de Brévannes18th-20th centuryIn good conditionLimeil-BrévannesOwned by a public institution
Château de Bry1750Bry-sur-MarneIt houses since 1925 in a private Catholic school Sisters of St. Thomas of Villanova.
Château du Buisson (ancien)17th-18th centuryMarolles-en-BriePrivately owned
Château de Charentonneau (ancien)Maisons-AlfortPrivately owned
Château de Choisy1678RemainsChoisy-le-RoiIt remains today the castle of Choisy than good few remnants.
Château de Coeuilly17th-19th centuryChampigny-sur-MarnePrivately owned
Château de Conflans (ancien)18th centuryCharenton-le-PontPrivately owned
Château de la FaulotteNogent-sur-Marne
Château de Grosbois16th centuryBoissy-Saint-LégerIn 1962, René Ballière, president of the Society to encourage the breeding of French horse, bought the domain to set up a training center for racehorses.
Château de Haute-MaisonIn good conditionSucy-en-BrieOwned by the town
Château des Marmousets18th-19th centuryQueue-en-Brie (La)Privately owned
Château d'Ormesson (Ormesson-sur-Marne)16th centuryOrmesson-sur-MarneIt has been ranked by the Historical Monuments in 1889.
Château d'Ormesson (Noiseau)Noiseau
Château du Parangon17th centuryJoinville-le-PontIt is currently owned by the General Council of Val-de-Marne. currently houses the social services of the General Council of Val-de-Marne and an Elementary school was built in the park.
Château du Piple19th centuryBoissy-Saint-LégerPrivately owned
Château du Prieuré17th-19th centuryMarolles-en-BriePrivately owned
Château du Rancy18th centuryBonneuil-sur-MarneOwned by the town
Château du Réghat18th-19th centuryIn good conditionMaisons-AlfortOwned by a private company
Château des Rets18th centuryChennevières-sur-MarnePrivately owned
Château de Saint-Maur16th centuryDestroyedSaint-Maur-des-FossésThe castle was sold as national property during the Revolution and destroyed in 1796. A large park was awarded in 1831, then transferred to the Company Railway East in 1853. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Saint-Maur
Château Smith-Champion17th centuryNogent-sur-MarneOwned by the FRench Republic and it is now a museum.
Château de Sucy-en-Brie17th centuryIn good conditionSucy-en-BrieOwned by the town
Château de Vincennes14th centuryVincennesIt is the largest castle French royal, and the height of the tower, 50 meters, it is one of the highest plain fortresses in Europe.
Maison des Gardes de l'ancien château à Arcueil17th centuryArcueilOwned by the town.
Pavillon d'Antoine de Navarre1612Charenton-le-PontIt is subject of a registration under the historical monuments since 1862.

Châteaux of Val d oise

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Name BuiltConditionLocationNotes / more info
Ancien château Viarmes18th centuryViarmesOwned by the town
Château d'Ambleville16th centuryRestoredAmblevilleCharles Sedelmeyer restored the castle at great expense and it installed a theater, fireplaces and Venetian balconies, and it adorns the Italian garden statues, now preserved in Villarceaux.
Château d'Arnouville1751ArnouvilleThe area now houses the Institute therapeutic, educational and teaching (ITEP) Peter Male, which forms the horticulture adolescents with behavioral disorders.
Château d'Arthies15th centuryArthiesPrivately owned.
Château d'Auvers17th centuryFully restoredAuvers-sur-OiseThe castle opens its doors in May 1994 as a Center of Interpretation of Art.
Château de Balincourt1780MenouvilleThe castle and grounds are included in the supplementary inventory of historic monuments by order of February 27, 1989.
Château de Belmont
Château de la Bûcherie
Château de Busagny
Château des Boves
Château de Beaumont-sur-OiseFirst mention in 953Beaumont-sur-OiseFrom 1984 to 1987, the site has benefited from archaeological excavations have revealed a series of architectural features extending over a millennium. The walls have been identified and rehabilitated in 1997.
Château dit Le Cabin (ancien)16th centuryGuiry-en-Vexin
Château de Châtenay-en-France
Château Le Couvent
Château de la Cour de Charles
Château de Champlâtreux
Château des Carneaux
Château de Courcelles
Château Cadet-de-Vaux
Château Claude-de-Beauharnais
Château du Clos-de-l'Olive
Château des Caramans (ancien)18th centuryIn good conditionRoissy-en-FrancePrivately owned
Château de Champlâtreux1751épinay-ChamplâtreuxThe park is open to visitors from 1st of July to 15th of August each year, and during the European Heritage Days. The tour is free is free. The interior can only be visited by groups by appointment.
Château de la Chasse15th-18th centurySaint-PrixState property
Château de la Chesnaye dit aussi de Meaux18th centuryEaubonnePrivate property
Château de Dampont19th-20th centuryUsPrivate property
Château de Davillier
Château du Duc de Dino
Château d'Écouen1538-1550ÉcouenSince 1977, its the home of the National Museum of the Renaissance and it is under the management of the Ministry of Culture. Considered one of the best preserved Renaissance castles in France. Numerous other pottery and ceramics from around the world can be seen in the museum collection of the fire arts. All works date from the Renaissance.
Château d'Ennery17th centuryEnneryOwned by a private company
Château Empain
Petit château d’Eaubonne
Château d'Écouen
Château de Franconville19th centurySaint-Martin-du-Tertre (Val-d'Oise)Gradually, the castle was abandoned and the hands of vandals, so that today the castle windows and theater were bricked up to avoid further damage.
Château Frappart
Château Rey de Foresta
Château de Gadancourt17th-18th centuryGadancourtPrivately owned
Château Goguel
Château de Garges17th centuryGarges-lès-GonesseOwned by the town
Château du Grand-Bury19th centuryMargencyIn 1939, the owner of the premises rented Bury the Marist Fathers of St. Mary's College of Sierck-les-Bains in Moselle . These fled the war zone and sought a shelter for their students. The property was finally sold to the Marist Fathers in 1943.
Château de Grouchy18th centuryOsnyIn 1943, the castle was sold to become a county children home. In 1987 finally, the castle was bought by the municipality of Osny, who set the town hall and an exhibition gallery. The park and the castle are open to the public.
Château de Guiry17th centuryIn good conditionGuiry-en-VexinPrivately owned
Château de HazevilleWy-dit-Joli-Village
Château du Haut-Tertre
Château d’Hérivaux
Château du Héloy
Château d'Hérouville1740HérouvilleThe studio ceased operations in July 1985 , a year after the suicide of Michel Magne at Pontoise due to liquidation, Laurent Thibault and his team are then expelled by the new owner of the estate, which wants to transform the vast park of several hectares subdivision suburban. The mayor 's H�rouville will happily oppose the project and the building permit will be refused. To the great satisfaction of the villagers, the project will happily ever day. Currently, some tenants living there, but by eye, the castle and the park does not seem maintained after a glorious past.
Château de Labbeville17th centuryLabbevillePrivately owned
Château de Léry17th-18th centuryAuvers-sur-OiseOwned by a private company
Château du Luat
Château Léon
Château de MagnitotSaint-GervaisPrivately owned
Château de Maudétour
Château de Maussion
Château de Maffliers
Château de Menucourt
Château de la princesse Mathilde
Château de Méry
Château du MaraisArgenteuilPrivately owned.
Château du Maréchal de CatinatSaint-GratienOwned by the town
Château de MarinesMarinesThe painted ceilings of the three rooms on the first floor are registered historic monument by order of 9th of November 1984, and the park is classified as a site by order of 25th of February 1974
Château de Maudétour18th centuryRestoredMaudétour-en-VexinThe castle has undergone extensive restoration work from July 2006 to July 2009. The current owners have opened in September 2009 guest rooms that are accessible throughout the year
Château de Méry16th centuryMéry-sur-OiseThe whole area was bought in 2004 by the municipality of Mery-sur-Oise with the financial assistance of the region Ile-de-France , the General Council of Val-d'Oise and the parks agency Ile-de-France. The castle was granted for 45 years at a company that develops a business seminar and reception, which opened a 70-room hotel near the castle.
Château de Montgeroult17th-18th centuryMontgeroultPrivately owned
Château Maynard
Château de Marcouville
Château de Montmorency18th-19th centuryMontmorencyOwned by the town
Château de Neuville-sur-Oise18th centuryIn good conditionNeuville-sur-OisePrivately owned
Château de Neuilly-en-Vexin
Château de Nointel17th-19th centuryIn good conditionNointelPrivately owned
Château de La Roche-Guyon1190La Roche-Guyon Since 2010, the exhibition "We moved to the castle" has transformed the place into an ephemeral museum revealing contemporary works at the corner of a gallery or a wall, like columns installed by Daniel Buren.
Château de Rocquemont
Château Philipson
Château du Pré-David
château du Petit-Bury
Palais abbatial de Royaumont
Château de Stors18th centuryL'Isle-Adam In 2001, decks, gazebos, and pool are included in the supplementary inventory of historic monuments. Stors is currently being restored. fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Stors
Château de Saint-Cyran
Château de Saint-Thaurin
Château de Saint-Leu
Château Thibault-de-Soisy
Château de la Terrasse
Château de la Tuyolle
Château de Touteville13th-18th centuryIn good conditionAsnières-sur-OisePrivately owned
Château de Vigny1504Vigny. The castle is no longer maintained in the immediate vicinity of the castle visible paths for different access gates are disappearing under the vegetation. Only the castle and the farm (outside the domain) have a regular maintenance.
Château de Villarceaux1759ChaussyThe estate is open to the public each year the second weekend of April at the penultimate weekend of October. Individual public is allowed in low season and guided tour successively discover the Mansion. In addition to the tours, the field is in season through various shows, pageants, concerts, theater, exhibitions ..
Château de Villette17th centuryCondécourtPrivately owned
Château de Villers-en-Arthies17th-18th centuryVillers-en-ArthiesPrivately owned
Château de Vaucelles
Manoir d'OmervilleOmerville
Petit Château de Eaubonne18th centuryEaubonneOwned by a private company


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