History of the Château de Savigny-les-Beaune
Built in 1340 for the Duke of Eudes, the château was dismantled in 1478 following the invasion of Burgundy by Louis XI in his conflict with Marie of Burgundy. Restored and decorated in the early 17th century by the Bouhier family, in 1689 the château became the property of the Migieu family, and then by marriage, the General Count of La Loyère and his heirs, until it was purchased in 1972 by a wine grower/operator of an estate in Côte de Beaune.
A château in the heart of the Côte de Beaune
Located in Savigny-les-Beaune near Beaune, the château overlooks a magnificent estate of several hectares which houses, in a bucolic setting, fighter planes and vineyards.
Aeroplanes, racing cars and motorcycles at Château de Savigny-les-Beaune
This château contains treasures for all lovers of aircraft, racing cars and motorcycles.
Discover one of the most beautiful and rare collections of Fiat Abarth prototypes, as well as one of the most important motorcycle museums in France with its historic racing machines, including that of the Mayor of Dijon, Canon Kir.
You can stroll around the park and discover the impressive collection of aircraft and helicopters. Come and admire the MIGS, Dassaults and 4 aircraft of the Patrouille de France (precision aerobatic team).
Château de Savigny-les-Beaune also houses an exhibition of thirty or so high-clearance tractors (tractors for use in the vineyards) and around 20 fire engines.
The château will enchant all ages and vehicle enthusiasts!