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The Castle of Lavaux-Sainte-Anne is listed as "Exceptional heritage of Wallonia". It is one of Wallonia's most famous buildings, as well as well-known symbol of the Famenne area. While strolling through the Castle, you can sometimes hear echoes from...more
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Rue du Chateau 8, Lavaux-Sainte-Anne 5580, Belgium
We were completely alone for our visit to this little jewel which was nice for us but a shame for the chateau as it deserved to be far busier. It is beautifully done with a basement detailing everyday rural life, a first floor featuring life...More
This is a small castle in a small village only a few minutes drive off the motorway. There is not much to it - the history of the building itself and a museum inside which goes through the history of the owners as well as...More
Not crowded at all but nice castle. It is worth a visit as it has 3 different exhibitions. Very instructive for children. It is not possible to have a guide but there are a lot of explanations everywhere in the castle.
Fandesoleil, Directeur général at Le Chateau de Lavaux Sainte-Anne, responded to this reviewResponded 27 June 2017
Many thanks! We are happy to read that you've enjoyed the visit.
Nice to visit, well maintained gardens all around. Possibility to visit the place with kids, smaller dogs are also allowed. You can go through all the rooms and visit the several expositions at your own pace. Explanatory signs are available.
Really picturesque little castle! Very pretty garden leading up to a perfect little castle. Free parking out front of the chateau, €8 entry for adults which gets you into the chateau (including all 3 museums) and the wetlands on the other side of the car...More
There aren't a lot of castles in such a good condition that can be visited from the cellar to the roof, with deers in the garden. Each floor is a different museum, the least interesting is the one about nature in the area, with lot...More
We went here with 3 kids of different ages and they all loved it. They could dress up and explore the different floors of the castle. We saw beautiful rooms, old tools and appliances and a nice collection of stuffed animals of the local fauna.
Beautifully restored and well organised with multiple language-cards in each room explaining the history. The kitchen area under the Castle is particularly fascinating and brilliantly fitted out with items of the period. Background sounds reminiscent of daily life in the 14th century add to the...More