Groupe Kléber Rossillon
The Kléber Rossillon group and its sites
Specialised in running cultural and heritage sites, the Kléber Rossillon group was founded in 1995 with the opening of Marqueyssac Gardens. The group now welcomes over two million visitors at its twelve sites in France and Belgium.
Listed as a National Historical Monument, surrounding a stone-tiled château from the early 19th Century, the romantic and picturesque Marqueyssac Gardens offer over 6km of pathways surrounded by over 150 000 hand-pruned boxwoods, with viewpoints, rockeries and stone cabins. The viewpoint has been awarded 3 stars in the Michelin Vert Guide.
Combined ticket with the Jardins de Marqueyssac at 3km
A major site in the Loire Valley, the Château de Langeais takes visitors through the ages, from medieval times to the Renaissance. It is in the rich setting of this royal residence that Séphane Berne tells the story of Charles VIII and Anne of Brittany’s wedding.
It was originally the home of many artists from Bohemian Paris. Montmartre Museum, hidden in the heart of the hill, offers a permanent tour of the artistic effervescence of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. An unmissable spot in Montmartre, situated in the heart of Paris, that proposes two exhibitions per year, as well as the Renoir café and gardens.
An imposing castle in Lower-Auvergne, the Murol Fortress immerses its visitors in life at Guillaume de Murol’s court of 1422. Costumed, guided tours and knights’ battles punctuate the discovery of the fortress.
Previously the Duke de Bretagne’s residence, Suscinio Castle is surrounded by 60 hectares of protected countryside. At a few hundred metres from the ocean, the castle offers a discovery of the Middle Ages in Brittany and Arthurian legends.
A unique reproduction of the Marseille’s submerged-creek cave, Cosquer Cave offers a journey through time. Located in the Villa Méditerranée, no less than five hundred engravings and paintings illustrate the prehistoric art.
An unmissable part of the Napoleonic history, the Waterloo Memorial includes a historical interpretation centre, and exceptional panoramic views, as well the famous “Butte du Lion” (Lion Hill) and Houhoumont Farm.
At Chauvet Caves, visitors can discover reproductions of 36,000 year-old cave paintings. Numerous activities, including an immersive video, complete the visit of this famous cave in the Ardèche.
A true fortress perched above the Drôme Valley, Crest Tower is the highest keep in France. Here, visitors discover the rich history between daily life in the Middle Ages and life in jail.