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Museum of the Dourdan Castle

Place du Général de Gaulle
91410 Dourdan

Latitude : 48.529577 / Longitude : 2.011377

01 64 59 66 83
Label Musée de France
Located in the courtyard of the Dourdan castle, this house/museum was furnished in a former “salt attic” from the 13th century and built by the Marquis of Verteillac.


The museum is located in a former “salt attic” from the 13th century which was turned into an accommodation - of which only several Gothic Revival style rooms remains - one century later. The museum shelters various collections of high quality: archeological potteries, documents about the history of Dourdan, furniture, “pharmacy jars” from the former Hôtel-Dieu… as well as a very beautiful paintings collection, of which a “Virgin and the Child”, dated from the 16th century, was attributed to Pieter Coeck van Aelst… There are also temporary exhibitions and discovery trail for children.

Informations pratiques


From 01/01 to 31/12/2024, daily.
Closed exceptionally on December 25th.


Full price: 5 €
Reduced price: 2.50 €.

Free entry for children - 7 years.
Group rate available for > 10 people.




Parking nearby


Guided tours

Accessibilité adaptée

Mental disability