Around the station, heritage and craftsmanship…

Motte-Tilly Castle
A fully furnished 18th century summer resort. In 1754, the Abbot Joseph Terray, future comptroller general of finances of Louis XV, built the current castle. Completely refurnished in the 20th century, the residence is surrounded by a 60 ha park and a 1,080 ha estate.
National Monuments Center – Photo credit: Yann Monel

Living Space of Hosiery
Take a step back in time in the living space of the hosiery of Romilly Sur Seine, a city where the textile industry boomed in the 20th century.

Forge Distillery
Distillation over a wood fireand marketing of natural brandies and spirits in Barbonne Fayel.