Viewing the tapestries is not to be missed, but do get the excellent audio guide.
We primarily visited the castle to see the Apocalypse Tapestry, which is stunning and rather larger that I had imagined. It is also in extremely good condition. Guided tours are available, but we chose the audio guide, which described each tapestry panel in turn, so the viewing took over an hour. Without the audio guide, I would have been unable to follow the story and would have missed so much detail
We did not explore the rest of the castle too much because we ran out of time viewing the tapestry, but it does look quite interesting
This was a highlight of our visit to the Loire
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