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The leisure park of Château des Énigmes is suitable for children from 4 years old. From this age, the children will be able to do a large part of the games with the help of their parents (especially for reading the instruction signs). However, the treasure hunt is not reserved for children only, on the contrary. Young and old alike will love the game. There is no age to have fun!
The special rate applied for Groups can be requested from 15 people. However it is imperative to inform us of your arrival at least 24 hours before your arrival so that we can grant you this reduction.
It is possible to have a picnic in the park of the Château des Énigmes. Many shaded areas with wooden tables are present everywhere in the leisure park, to allow you to have lunch or a break sheltered from the sun.
The time required to complete the entire treasure hunt depends on a number of factors, such as the age of your children or at what time you are coming.
If you usually have to count between 2 and 3 hours to do all the treasure hunt, many players actually stay all day in the park.
You can, when you want, stop for a break (for lunch or snack), then resume when ever you want.
You will simply need a pen to be able to enter the clues collected on the different games of the treasure hunt.
During all our opening times, you will find ice creams and cold and hot drinks inside the castle, and also some snacks like sandwichs in July and August.
Yes, you can do the treasure hunt under the rain. However, it would be sensible to bring an umbrella and to wear wellington boots as parts of the park can become very muddy after heavy rain.
The ticket office closes at 5pm each day of the season.
Dogs are allowed, but must be kept on a leash during their entire presence in the leisure park. On the other hand, it is forbidden to enter with a dog in the castle's farm, to not frighten the animals.
The vast majority of the treasure hunt can be done with a stroller or a wheelchair. Only the games that are located in the underground and upstairs of the Castle will not be accessible. The treasure hunt is partially accessible to people with reduced mobility.
The Chateau de Rocheux offers accommodation in five chambres d’hotes. For further information go to http://chateauderocheux.wordpress.com/or contact us by telephone : +33 (0)2 54 23 29 74
The castle is home to 2 escape game rooms. These are escape games to be played in teams of 2 to 5 players. For more information or to book your session, go to: http://escape-games-41.com