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Heritage Days in Reyniès

Cultural, Guided tour, Sound and light in Reyniès
  • The village of Reyniès is celebrating during the European Heritage Days!

  • Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    SPECIFICITIES OF THE 1930 ART DECO BUILDING BY REYNIÈS
    Guided tour / free visit
    RDV Esplanade Jean Moulin (at the foot of the Tarn bridge).
    After the catastrophic floods of March 3, 1930, a fantastic surge of international solidarity enabled the village of Reyniès to rebuild itself in 3 years in the purest Art Deco style of the time. Come and discover, for a weekend, this rich architectural heritage made up of more than 140 houses which make...
    Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    SPECIFICITIES OF THE 1930 ART DECO BUILDING BY REYNIÈS
    Guided tour / free visit
    RDV Esplanade Jean Moulin (at the foot of the Tarn bridge).
    After the catastrophic floods of March 3, 1930, a fantastic surge of international solidarity enabled the village of Reyniès to rebuild itself in 3 years in the purest Art Deco style of the time. Come and discover, for a weekend, this rich architectural heritage made up of more than 140 houses which make Reyniès an exceptional atypical village.
    You can also discover old washhouses on the banks of the Tarn and look for the secret "Maneken Piss" engraved by Belgian masons on the huge supporting wall of the esplanade during the reconstruction of the village...

    Visits can be made in 3 different ways:
    - Free visits: with your smartphone following a digital route allowing you to scan QR codes placed in front of each point of interest.
    - 360° visit: directly from your sofa by connecting to the website

    From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
    Guided tours every hour
    by appointment with the guides of the Reyniès 1930 Art Deco Heritage association.
    Useful information
    FREE ENTRANCE. Reservation recommended for guided tours on 06 15 69 69 43

    Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    VISITS EVERY HOUR OF THE CHÂTEAU DE REYNIÈS
    RDV Park of the Château de Reyniès
    Built in the 13th century, the Château de Reyniès has belonged to the same family for twelve generations. Dominating the right bank of the Tarn, it occupies a strategic position which enabled it to control the intense river commercial traffic until the end of the 19th century. Taken in the turmoil of the wars of religion, the castle was partly destroyed then rebuilt on its initial foundations in 1650. It was then raised by one floor in 1786 by Étienne Seguin de la Tour, Marquis de Reyniès who gave it its current silhouette. . Be amazed by this splendid brick monument flanked by its 3 round towers unfolding in the heart of a park overlooking the Tarn.
    Useful information
    Reservation required on 06 73 82 07 53
    Exterior visits only. The interior cannot be visited. Visits accompanied by a specialized guide.

    Saturday from 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
    REYNIÈS CELEBRATES 400 BLOWS.
    Sound effects and digital projections on a giant screen.
    Meet at Esplanade Jean Moulin in Reyniès.
    Since August 1621, the Catholic troops of King Louis XIII besieged Montauban and deadly battles took place there. On October 7, 1621, with the agreement of the King, who was growing impatient, the Constable de Luynes met secretly, at the Château de Reyniès, the Duke of Rohan in order to offer him the surrender of the Montalbanais in exchange for the lifting of the siege and the cessation of fighting. The Duke of Rohan will refuse this unacceptable proposal and the "Reyniès agreement" will not take place. On November 2, after 3 months of siege, the King is defeated, he decides to put an end to the massacres and leaves the city which will eventually surrender but... 8 years later!
    Useful information
    In collaboration with the City of Montauban, Reyniès celebrates 400 blows and offers you an exceptional show on a giant screen.
    FREE ENTRANCE
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Schedules
Schedules
  • From September 17, 2022 until September 18, 2022
    Opened Everyday