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All the sites you can visit with the Discovery Pass

Full of ideas for visits to do in Burgundy-Franche-Comté with family or friends

With your BFC Discovery Pass, enter these regional parks, museums, monasteries and castles for free. You have 3 days, 7 days (over 14 days) or 1 year to make your outings and visits, depending on the Pass you have chosen. An ideal formula to enjoy your family weekend (activities with children, animal parks ...) or to visit the region and its essentials with your loved ones for holidays in Bourgogn-Franche-Comté! A real good plan! Think of the Discovery Pass for the 2020 school holidays in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté!

New: the dematerialized Discovery Pass!

The Discovery Pass also exists in 100% dematerialized form! You can order it on the online store by specifying that you choose your mobile phone as support and you will receive it by return in the form of a PDF with the QR Code that you can present to enter all the sites of the Pass Discovery BFC network 


Château de Châteauneuf


The history of the castle begins in 1175 with a keep built on a promontory overlooking the valley through which the Burgundy canal now flows. The 13th century saw the construction of a sumptuous chapel. During the Hundred Years' War, it was fortif...


Château de Joux


A veritable synthesis of 1,000 years of the history of fortification architecture, the Château de Joux experienced many of the major European conflicts: passage of Charles the Bold in 1476, occupation during the Thirty Years' War in 1639, the sign...


Château de la Verrerie


The Chateau de la verrerie is actually former crystal and glass manufactory founded in 1786. After the closure of the factory in 1832, the Schneiders, owners of the local steel factories, bought it in 1837 with the intention of making their home i...


Château de Ratilly


At the end of a small dirt road stands the impressive facade of the Château de Ratilly, a true medieval fortress built on foundations from the 11th century, completed in the 13th century, then partly transformed during the Renaissance. The four co...


Chateau de Ray-Sur-Saône


Built on a rocky promontory, the castle of Ray-sur-Saône, a building of remarkable architecture, is nestled in the heart of a six-hectare wooded park, a veritable green setting. The site offers an exceptional view of the village of Ray-sur-Saône, ...


Château de Sully


A jewel of the French Renaissance, Sully and its towers are quietly reflected in the water of the surrounding moat. In this beautiful family castle was born the famous Marshal de Mac Mahon, one of the first Presidents of the French Republic. Today...