Take a climb and admire the panorama offered by the Louis II de Bourbon esplanade. From this place, you’ll fully realize the importance of the castle and its protective role in the city of Montluçon. During your walk, you can admire beautiful half-timbered houses from the 15th and 16th centuries. You can also enjoy the peace and quiet of the churches of Saint-Pierre and Notre-Dame, or stroll in the shade of the ramparts in the Wilson garden. In the summer at nightfall, a trail of lights illuminates an extraordinary walk of discovery that will delight both young and old alike.
On foot, by bike, or on a kick scooter, you’ll enjoy the old towpath of the Berry canal between Montluçon and Vallon-en-Sully. Reserved for non-motorized traffic, it’s ideal for a quiet hike in the region. Numerous emblematic structures punctuate your walk, such as the various locks and lock-keeper houses, the Chantemerle canal bridge in Vaux, and the Davoué drawbridge. Spice up your walk with the discovery of two astonishing environmental works of art, one in Rouéron in the commune of Audes, and the other on the Allée de Soupirs (Alley of Sighs) in Vallon-en-Sully.
Discover music from a new angle as you visit this exciting museum that mixes sounds and images to create soothing or stimulating atmospheres. You will enjoy unforgettable sensory experiences at the crossroads of various musical trends. This 35,000 square foot space creates an irresistible urge to follow its pulsating movement at the beat of its driving rhythm.