Château de Boussac

Built in the 12C, this castle with its austere façade overlooking the River Petite Creuse was destroyed in the Hundred Years War. Jean I de Brosse, lord of Boussac and comrade of Joan of Arc, rebuilt it in the 15C: mullioned windows and turrets bearing armorials lighten the tone of the structure. The guardroom has emblazoned chimney pieces, and on the first floor is a room once occupied by writer George Sand (the château is the setting for her novel Jeanne).

Useful information


23600 Boussac


+33 5 55 65 07 62


12 € (-14 years old 5 €)

Opening hours

May-Sep: 9am-noon, 2pm-5pm; rest of year: by prior arrangement--[TEL] 06 08 43 38 36 - closed 1 Jan, 25 Dec