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  • 1 Château de Chantilly Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1 rue du Connétable F - 60500 Chantilly

    Standing in the middle of a lake, this fine building bequeathed to the Institut de France by the Duc d'Aumale, consists of the petit château, highlighting the history of the Condé family, with its apartments decorated with fine wood panelling and wor..

  • 2 Great Stables Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rue Connétable F - 60500 Chantilly

    The most noble Chantilly monument dates from 18 C. The stables built by Jean Aubert, have their most attractive facade seen from the lawn. During the time of the Grand Condé, 100 members of staff were required to look after 240 horses and 500 dogs.

  • 3 Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    1 rue du Connétable F - 60500 Chantilly

    Laid out by Le Nôtre for the Great Condé, it dazzled Louis XIV. The Sun King, prone to envy as he was, wished to have the same water feature for himself at Versailles! Even if very little remains of Le Nôtre's hand, as you stroll through, you will se..

  • 4 Living Museum of the Horse Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    7 r. du Connétable F - 60500 Chantilly

    These stalls dating from the time of the Duke of Aumale are still occupied by horses and ponies. The museum sheds light on the evolution of the horse's place in civilisation by means of old artefacts and documents, as well as interactive terminals an..

  • 5 Chantilly Forest

    Nature and gardens

    F - 60500 Chantilly

    This is a vast forest area of around 6,300 ha, patiently put together during five centuries by hunt-loving gentlemen. Currently it contains oak trees, limes, hornbeams and pines. The home of the Institute of France, it has a very dense network of for..

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