Originally, Roche-Guyon castle was a fortified one. Now in ruins, its keep dominates a hillside at the bottom of which buildings were built in the 18th century and where a “French-style” vegetable garden has been planted, covering nearly 3 hectares.
First, discover the medieval part of the castle, partly troglodyte (shops, armouries, stairs) and its defence system. Then, enter the more modern castle, with its arcades, terraces and Renaissance facades. Finish your visit to reach the Seine by crossing the large vegetable garden.
Information on the castle website.