Château de Marnay

Aux portes du Doubs, Marnay cache un patrimoine étonnant qui lui a valu l’obtention du label "Cité de Caractère de Bourgogne-Franche-Comté" mais aussi, celui de "Station Verte".

Perché au-dessus de la rivière, le bourg a su garder quelques vestiges du passé comme son hôtel de Santans, son Église Saint-Symphorien, son ancien château ayant appartenu aux célèbres comtes de Chalon, ses trajes ou encore ses maisons vigneronnes.

Château de Marnay

Place Jean de Joinville - 70150 MARNAY
(+33) 03 84 31 90 91
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The original castle, built to monitor the passage of the Ognon and serve as a refuge for the inhabitants in case of danger, is due to the family of Chalon, younger branch of the Counts of Burgundy. The noble families who succeeded one another in Marnay are the Joiville, Montbéliard, Neufchâtel, Gorrevod and Bauffremont. In 1794, the castle was sold in lots and its courtyard transformed into a public square. Remains to discover: the front door, the stately home, the polygonal tower, the archives pavilion. Visit of the exterior of the castle only. Today, a lithography workshop is located in the old stately home. Visit possible by appointment on 06 87 64 93 02.
Activités :
Conferences, Temporary exhibitions
Types de site :
Castles and Defense Sites
Equipements :
Parking
Personnes handicapées :
Oui

Communauté de commune Val Marnaysien
Office de tourisme classé
Office de tourisme de France
Accueil Vélo
Vallée de l'Ognon
Destination 70
Haute-Saône
Doubs tourisme
Doubs département
Marnay
Cités de caractères
Station Verte