Henry IV style castle, completed under Marie de Medici, Réveillon was inhabited in the 18th century by the Marquis d’Argenson, Minister of Foreign Affairs under Louis XV, and by Jules Robert de Cotte, Architect to the King, who remodeled and decorated it paintings and sculptures.
It became the cradle of the works of Marcel Proust who was the host of Madeleine Lemaire, mistress of the place at the end of the 19th century. The castle and its gardens are currently the scene of a vast restoration.
The visit of Réveillon will lead you to discover its past. You will walk through the 18th century salons on the ground floor, the outbuildings including the remarkable dovecote classified as a Historic Monument, the park, garden and vegetable patch. Photo exhibition of the restoration work undertaken since 1992. Remembrance room of the 58th RA which fought at Réveillon on June 13, 1940.
Duration approximately 1 hour 15 minutes – Ticket office stops 30 minutes before closing.
The castle offers two meeting rooms with a capacity of ten to seventy people.
It is also possible to book reception rooms with catered meals for up to one hundred and fifty people (quote on request or on the mariage.net website).