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  • Car park, Parking

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About : Imperial afternoon tea

Program of your tour "Imperial Afternoon Tea":

- 14h Visit the Château de Malmaison
-16h Visit the Château de la Petite Malmaison, welcomed by the owner, followed by a tea-time in the private rooms.

Avenue du Château de Malmaison 92500 Rueil-Malmaison France

Phone : 01 47 32 37 29

e-mail :

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From 01/01 to 31/12 between 2 PM and 5.15 PM.
Closed on Tuesday.
Closed exceptionally on January 1st and December 25th.

Period: Autumn, Summer, Winter, Spring


Adult: 36 to 37 € (Supplement per person of € 1 for groups of more than 30 participants, to set up a second guide for more comfort of visit.)
Option: from 24 € (For the visit of the Château de Malmaison and Petite Malmaison without having tea.).

Group rate available for > 20 people.

Payment method : Cheque, Cash, Credit transfer

Reception of persons with disabilities

Adapted tourism : Not accessible in a wheelchair

Clarifications : Not accessible in a wheelchair


Spoken languages : German , English , Spanish , French , Italian

Services : Coach access , Booking obligatory , Themed tour , Set down on-site for groups , Restaurants , Guided tours , Restaurant for groups only

Equipments : Public WC , Reception room , Exhibition space , Car park , Parking , Coach parking , Secure parking

Activities : Product tasting

Client and group

Publics : Groups only , Level green –very easy , Groups , For beginners / novice , Distributeurs

Group size : min : 20 - max : 50

Accepted animals : no


RER A / Rueil-Malmaison station or metro line 1 up to La Defense,
and then bus no. 258: ‘Le Château’ bus stop

Disabled access - only on the ground floor, Osiris lodge, car
lodge and park.

For any request for additional services or modification of this tour do not hesitate to contact the group service of the Tourism Office

Do not miss

Château de Malmaison

Château de Malmaison

The imperial home of a famous couple !

Château de la Petite Malmaison

Château de la Petite Malmaison

Constructed in 1805 by Empress Joséphipne so that she could devote herself to her plants.