Visitors can freely visit the site (interpretive trail) all day on Saturday and Sunday Animations at the Ethnobotanical Garden from 14:00 to 18:00 in the afternoon The dovecote and the chapel will be open to the public
About the venue
The tower of Bonvouloir is one of monuments the most curious about the department of the Orne. From(Since) the beginning of the XIXth century, this architectural ensemble intrigues and attracts numerous visitors. The tower of Bonvouloir, called also the lighthouse(headlight) of Bonvouloir in the XIXth century, is located on the municipality of Juvigny-sous-Andaine, next to the fôret of Andaine. The tower of Bonvouloir and the ambient buildings(ships) (old(former) chapel, dovecote and barn) are the vestiges of a castle built at the end of the XVth century by a member(limb) of the circle of René duke of Alenþon on a portion of the fôret of Andaine who(which) was cleared(opened up) for allows this construction.
Access: D235 between Bagnoles-de-l' Orne and Juvigny-sous-Andaine