The Apocalypse Tapestry commissioned by Louis I, the Duke of Anjou is also housed in the Château d’Angers in a purpose made building. The tapestry depicts the story of the Apocalypse from the Book of Revelation in 90 colourful panels. Produced between 1377 and 1392 it is the the oldest medieval tapestry to have survived. The original tapestry, would have been 150m wide by 6m high in total. Only 71 of the scenes survive today and give us a dramatic view into medieval times.
Both the 13th century castle and the 14th century tapestry should be on your schedule.