« The Château de Sauveboeuf in the heart of the Vézère valley and 10 minutes from the Lascaux caves is known for its private collection of prehistoric objects. »
In the heart of Black Périgord, the Château-Musée de Sauveboeuf is a magnificent 17th century French castle, located in the Prehistory Valley, on the banks of the Vézère River.
Its cellars of the fourteenth century hide a treasure: the Museum of Prehistory which will make you discover the great periods.
My castle is visitable
Frequency: Every year
The visitor's imagination will be stimulated by the history of the Sauveboeuf fountains created in 1610 by Nicolas de Rambourg.
Some will talk about esoteric signs .. animated discussions guaranteed!
As in many chateaux, there is a legend in Sauveboeuf. Alice's story will make you shudder with emotion.
Open every day except Saturday from 10h to 18h
Normal rate: 8 €
Reduced price: € 5 student
Young rate: 5 € children up to 12 years
Group rate: adults 6 €. Children's group 4 €