Elegant building of the XIXth century, reorganized in 1854 by Charles Emmanuel Sigismond de Montmorency-Luxembourg. Three castles followed one another : the feudal one built by Etienne de Champagne in 1359, the one by Nicolas Bracque in 1379 and the last by Coligny in the XVth century.
Today, the castle is a private house, it can't be visited.
The castle park (22 hectares)
Tree-filled Park of the XIXth century around a seigneurial tower of the XIIth century. Today it's a vast area of grass where you can guess the plan of the initial garden. The orangery dominates gardens lined by the channeled river Milleron. It's an exceptional building and certainly on of the first and the most beautiful orangeries built in France in the XVIth century.
Closed to the public. Visits only on appointment.
Information : Tourist Office of Châtillon-Coligny.