Park and Garden of the Abrégement

16700, Bioussac
  • Visitable

Introduction

To recreate the park devastated by the storm of 1999, the artists Andy Goldsworthy, Antony Gormley, Christian Lapie and Joel Shapiro imaginatively used curved woods, oak trunks and redwood and other woods to perform their original sculptures. At the edge of the forest, a quercerie, where a young collection of more than 170 varieties of oaks including 118
species and 20 hybrids has been replanted. The kitchen garden, enclosed by walls, houses a bower of calabashes, a profusion of flowers and a stream

My castle is visitable

To recreate the park surrounding the castle devastated by the storm of 1999, at the request of the owners, internationally renowned artists used damaged woods to create monumental sculptures.
At the edge of the woods, a corner of the park is reserved for a quercerie where a young collection of more than 170 varieties of oaks has been replanted.
To see also the kitchen garden and a profusion of flowers.

Free visit of the park and the flower garden (documentation provided) from July 27 to September 21.

Visit by appointment the rest of the year.

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Spoken languages: French