The Pagode of Chanteloup is a stunning chinoiserie built in 1775 by Choisel and is a unique vestige of his disappeared palace. From the top of its seven floors, we can contemplate one of the most beautiful landscapes of the Loire Valley and of the Amboise Forest. An incomparable view covers 14 hectares of the park. The seven paths that converge to the Pagode draw a range. The Pagode has also a space for "old" outdoor games in wood.
Open from March to the end of September from 10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., and during school holidays of All Saints and of February.
Pagode de Chanteloup
Route de Bléré
Phone : 02.47.57.20.97