Donjon, Manoir et Jardin de la salle » Preparing your visit

Opening hours for year-round enjoyment

Le Donjon, Manoir & Jardin de la Salle in the Dordogne is open 7 days a week, including public holidays. Come and visit us as we explore the listed village of Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère, one of France’s most beautiful villages. Ample free parking is available nearby. Le Donjon, Manoir & Jardin de la Salle is a family-friendly tourist site in the Périgord Noir region, so you can visit with the kids. A wide range of restaurants is available nearby in the village.

April, May, June, July, August, SeptemberOctober to All Saints’ Day vacations
10 am – 7 pm 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Last admission: 45min before closing time.

Practical information for your visit to the Donjon, Manoir et Jardin de la Salle in Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère

Practical information to help you prepare for your visit to the Donjon, Manoir and Jardin de la Salle.



credit card

Credit card
(except American Express)

ancv (3)

Vacation vouchers
and ANCV


Bank cheque

Leashed dogs are allowed. Free municipal parking is available nearby for bikes, motorcycles and cars, as well as buses and camper vans. As the village is small, you can continue your walk after the visit.

The site is made up of 2 multi-storey buildings, so we recommend you use a baby carrier rather than a stroller. Photos are permitted throughout the site.


Dogs allowed

On a leash


Free parking nearby

Free municipal parking nearby for cars and buses

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Authorized photos

Throughout the site

Donjon and Manor house de la Salle, Chateaux in Périgord - Saint Léon sur Vézère, Guide du Périgord 4

Guided tours by day and night Donjon, Manoir and Jardin de la Salle

You can visit the site during the day, and every Wednesday during the summer school vacations, it’s open to visitors at night, with a theater company putting on a show. A dreamlike, fantasticalatmosphere and the discovery of mysterious creatures add a touch of poetry to your visit to the park.

We strongly advise you to book online!


Is the site accessible to people with reduced mobility?

The Donjon, Manoir and Jardin de la Salle is an ancient site that requires you to climb spiral staircases to access the upper floors of the Tour-Maitresse and the Manoir. It’s possible to go up slowly at your own pace, but unfortunately there’s no wheelchair access.

Are tours guided?

Visits are free, with the help of a tour booklet and information panels available in all rooms and the garden.

Are dogs allowed on the site?

Yes, leashed dogs are welcome

Is parking easy?

Yes, there are several large free municipal parking lots around the site, in the village.

What’s inside the manor house and tower?

The buildings are furnished with period furniture and a whole collection of decorative objects, wall hangings, functional objects and curiosities that are sure to surprise even the youngest visitors!

How long does the tour last?

Allow 1 hour for a quick visit, or 1h30/2h if you read the signs and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the place. You can stay as long as you like.