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From November to March :
Museum : open daily from 10 am to 5 pm (Last entry at 4 pm)
Café-Bar : open daily from 10 am to 5 pm
From April to October :
Museum : open daily from 10 am to 6 pm (last entry at 5 pm)
Café-bar : open daily from 8 am to 6 pm
Closed on 25 December and 1 January
- Adults: CHF 12.00
- Children (6 - 16 years): CHF 5.00
- Students, senior citizens/disabled: CHF 10.00
- Families (2 adults and 1-2 children): CHF 28.00
- 10 or more people, CHF 10.00 per person
- Swiss Museum Pass
- Raiffeisen VISA Card, V Pay or Raiffeisen MasterCard (Firma or Young)
- Members of the “Association des Amis du Château de Grandson”
Grandson Castle is the perfect backdrop for unusual events: its halls, courtyards and terraces can be booked for banquets, weddings, seminars, drinks receptions, conventions, as well as concerts and other cultural activities.
Picnic areas are located on the lakeshore. There are no picnic areas in the castle grounds.
Dogs are prohibited from entering the castle.
The castle is only partially accessible to people with limited mobility.
The café-bar „Le Châtelet“ in the castle courtyard offers a select range of drinks, wines from the region, snacks and pastries. The best part is the beautiful terrace with its view across Lake Neuchâtel. A welcome stop-off before or after the castle visit!
In the area
Numerous restaurants in the town of Grandson and all along the lakeshore.
Grandson is linked to the major routes via the A5 motorway which runs along the northern shoreline of Lake Neuchâtel. Take the exit for Grandson and follow the signs for the castle. The castle car park offers free parking for approximately 35 cars.
From all train stations in Switzerland to Yverdon-les-Bains. Timetable at www.cff.ch RER Vaud: two trains per hour to and from Lausanne.
Several boats per day from Neuchâtel, Yverdon-les-Bains or Estavayer-le-Lac to the Grandson landing stage, which is a 10-minute walk from the castle. Timetable at www.navig.ch
Visit the Romanesque Church of John the Baptist (12th century) and the “Maison des Terroirs” tourist office, which are both 5 minutes from the castle.
Visit the beautiful little town of Grandson and take a stroll along the lakeshore, which offers scenic walking routes.
Discover the region around Yverdon-les-Bains, located between the Jura region and Lake Geneva. A variety of activities are on offer: culture, sports, eating and drinking, and much more.
Hotels, B&Bs or camping: Grandson and the region around Yverdon-les-Bains offer numerous types of accommodation for all tastes and budgets!