Prince apartments

The apartments of the Château of Chantilly combine two sets of rooms. On the first floor, the ceremonial Grand Apartments, decorated with white and gold rocaille woodworks and valuable eighteenth century furniture. On the ground floor, the Small Apartments or private apartment of the Duke and Duchess of Aumale, decorated and furnished according to the tastes of the nineteenth century.
The Grand Apartments of the Château of Chantilly are a great example of the ceremonial settings appreciated during the eighteenth century. These spaces, acting as reception venues for the Princes of Bourbon-Condé, offer a wide variety of art pieces and masters paintings. They are accessible every...
The Duke and the Duchess of Aumale's private apartments (otherwise known as the Small Apartments) are located on the ground floor of the Small Château, and overlook the large balcony above the moats. The Duke of Aumale had it made in 1845-1846 by romantic painter and decorator Eugene Lami...