Commissioned by the French King Philippe le Bel to display his power, Fort Saint-André is an exceptional testimony to both his deep pockets and the military architecture of the 14th century. Once a symbol of royal power, the fort had a permanent garrison, a court of justice and a prison. You can still see the graffiti from the prisoners who were ...
- * Entrance to Fort Saint-André
- * The gardens of St Andrew's Abbey
- * Free: 0-18 (with valid ID), EU citizens/French residents 18-25 * French job seekers, disabled visitors and accompanying persons enter free * On the day of your visit, present your mobile ticket at the dedicated entrance.
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