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La Jumellière is above all a family castle, a surprising testimony to the way of life and customs of aristocratic society in the 19th century.
The château de la Jumellière with its interior woodwork, the stables, the gardener's pavilion and the entire walled park is classified as a Historic Monument La Jumellière is the result of the meeting of two dynasties: that of a famous Parisian architect, Henri Parent, and that of the Dukes of Plaisance, represented by Armand-Urbain, President of the General Council and Senator of Maine-et-Loire This eclectic building, made of brick and stone, was built between 1858 and 1862 and inaugurated in 1866 under the Second Empire. An extension was built around 1874. Remarkable at the Château de la Jumellière: its volume, the salons, the spiral staircase and the kitchens in the basement The castle is open during the European Heritage Days in September, the Night of the Castles in October and by reservation the rest of the year for individuals and groups (from 10 to 50 people maximum for groups).
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