In the seignorial dwelling, catch a glimpse of life in a small seigneury in 15th-century France. Thibault de la Houblonnière, young page and nephew of the lord of Crèvecoeur, tells the youngest ones about his day-to-day life in the castle, accompanying them throughout their visit.
Step back into the Middle Ages on the ground floor. Here, a recap is given of the main events of the kingdom, as well as the history of Crèvecoeur.
Set forth to discover the “lord’s castle” and check out the castle model, the architecture and what each of the estate’s buildings was used for.
Upstairs, find out about the life of the lord and his family.
What did he eat? Where did he sleep? What were his pastimes? How did he wash?
In the Great Hall, discover a 15th-century interior with period furniture and objects, as used by the lord and his family.
Finally, in an area devoted to the Middle Ages, imagine the hectic castle life in 1457 and gain an insight into the relationships between lords, peasants, artisans and merchants.