FURNITURES AND PAINTINGS
The castle places at the disposal of visitors about twenty furnished rooms including seven drawing rooms. The paintings, furnitures and object which adorn the rooms of the castle all belong to the family collection.
Most of paintings represent the members of the royal family and date back to the XVIIth, XVIIIth and XIXth century. François VI, author of the sayings and maxims, Louis Alexandre murdered in Gisors in 1792, François XII founder of the school of Arts and Crafts, who first introduce the vaccine in France and who is also the co-founder of the bank “Caisse d’Epargne”.