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If you would like to help spreading the word about the château and participate in its enhancement, you can support the Association for the Château du Pailly by subscribing.
The minimum membership fee is 12 euros.
66% of your membership fee and donations to the association are deductible from your income tax, since the association is recognized as being of public interest. You will receive a tax receipt at the beginning of the following calendar year. For example, a 50 euros donation will have cost you only 17 euros after tax deduction.
We created an online membership application form via HelloAsso. To access it, click here.
You simply need to download, print out and complete the membership form (click here).
Send the form to us: Association Renaissance du Château du Pailly, 5 rue de la Nouette, 52600 Le Pailly, along with your subscription check payable to the association.
If you would like to support us but do not wish to subscribe, you can make an online donation by clicking here.
Or you can send us a check by post, stating your personal details so that we can send your tax receipt to you.
The association currently has around twenty volunteers.
Volunteers can be tour guides for the château, they can help welcome visitors, help prepare the events...
Without them there would be no visits or life at the Château du Pailly !
If you wish to join us and give us a little of your time, please give us a call: 06 03 84 45 12 or send us a message via this website's form.
Download the Programme 2019 !
Craft market in partnership with the Festivities Committee of Le Pailly
Handcrafted products and food products
Refreshments and snacks
Guided visits of the château: 14h30 and 16h
Open visits of the gardens
Famous 16th century characters and characters from the château presented on wicker dummies in the Salon Doré
Up until the end of October/early November for groups and school groups
with Alain Jacquemot
Open and guided visits of the château
The book is on sale at the office of the association all year (telephone before coming to be sure that someone is available), and in our shop when the chateau is open.
You can also buy copies :
At Langres :
At Bourbonne-les-Bains :
At Chaumont :
Other places :
1/04 : Joinville
23/09 : Château de Morteau, Auditoire de Joinville, Château de Gudmont
11/11 : Château de Rosières
12th of March : Visit of the Museum Courbet at Ornans with the association "Bouge ton regard" to explore the aids available to adapt cultural visits for the visually disalted.
Spring : training on local geology and stone cutting with the office of tourism of Langres
16th of April : Guided visit exploring the Renaissance town of Dijon by the office of tourism of Dijon
15th of October : Visit of the Chateau of Champs-sur-Marne to see the temporary exhibition of costumes of the 18th century
7th of March : Conference on Renaissance architecture by Catherine Chédeau, professor of History of Art of the University of Franche-Comté
21st of March : The gardens of the chateau by Marc Lechien, from the Conseil en Architecture, Urbanisme et Environnement of Haute-Marne
23rd of March : Meeting to identify the trees of the gardens of the chateau with a professional from the Office National des Forêts
3rd of October : Visit to the chateau of Bussy-Rabutin
10th of October : Visit to the castle of Guedelon (currently being built) and workshop on the sculpture of stone
In partnership with the Committee des Fetes of Le Pailly
Guided visits of the château - 11h, 14h30, 16h - 5 euros
Visits of the garden only
Tuesdays at 18h30
2 euros per session
Exhibition of photographs of Nathalie Malric.
Performance "Nomade" Saturday 15th July at 21h
Performed by the company Préface, the Association Peut-être and the Association Le Promontoire
International volunteers will rebuild a part of the wall of the gardens.
Cultural exchanges with the volunteers
Organised by "Etudes et chantiers".
More information about international volunteers.
16th century tournament
Demonstrations and equestrian shows
Arts and crafts
Horse riding, introduction to pony riding, visits of the grounds in an open topped carriage
Guided visits of the chateau and of the gardens