« Château de la Pommerie NAPOLEON MUSEUM A PRIVATE COLLECTION IN A FAMILY RESIDENCE »
In Périgord, as part of a residence of the late eighteenth century, the owner, descendant of the Bonaparte family, presents in its interior an exceptional collection of private memories of the imperial family.
The castle today
In 1949, Princess Marie-Clotilde Napoleon, daughter of Prince Victor Napoleon, married to the Earl of Witt, moved to La Pommerie, in Périgord.
In 1999, Count Baudoin de Witt and his wife Isabelle decided to open their mansion to the public in order to present, in the intimate setting of this house, a collection that had remained unknown until then.
My castle is visitable
The Musée Napoléon de la Pommerie in Cendrieux in Périgord opens to the public its private collections, souvenirs of the Imperial family.
More than 500 objects, paintings and sculptures, 150 of which are listed as Historical Monuments, are presented to you by a direct descendant of the Bonaparte family in a registered residence ISMH (Supplementary Inventory of Historical Monuments).
Schedule of visits
Beginning of April to end of June Sunday and holidays at 15h
Easter holidays and June Sunday and Thursday at 15h
From July 1st to July 15th every day except Saturday at 3 pm and 5 pm
From 16 July to 31 August every day except Saturday at 11:00, 15:00, 17:00
From September 1st to 15th every day except Saturday at 3 pm and 5 pm
Groups by appointment
Individual: 7 €
Free for children under 12
Groups over 10 people: 5.5 €