William-the-Conqueror's Castle

The impressive castle dominates this aptly named town (falaise means cliff) from a high crag. As you explore the medieval compound (12C-13C), characteristic of Anglo-Norman keep-palaces then the large 12C keep, don't forget that it was here that the greatest Norman ever, William the Conqueror, was born. The tour-show deploys a host of modern techniques to take visitors on a journey through the Middle Ages.

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Place Guillaume-le-Conquérant, 14700 Falaise


+33 2 31 41 61 44


8 € (-17 years old 4 €)

Opening hours

Jul-Aug: 10am-7pm; rest of year: 10am-6pm - closed early Jan-early Feb, 3 days in Sep and in Nov, 1 Jan, 9-10 Nov, 25 Dec