The Horse Museum - The Grand Stables

Architect Jean Aubert built the Grand Stables at the request of Louis-Henri de Bourbon, the seventh prince of Condé. The Grand Stables are a real masterpiece in civil architecture of the eighteenth century.
The new Museum of the Horse in Chantilly, is both an artistic and an ethnographic museum. It includes an artistic crossing and hippologique ages with the displaying of about 200 objects showing the importance of the horse from the beginning of civilizations.
For the last 20 years, the Live Horse Museum has created season shows and horse demonstrations devoted to the art of Haute-Ecole training, the highest and most considered form of equestrian training in France. Our shows have one goal : to initiate our audiences to the classic equestrian arts, and...
Architect Jean Aubert built the Grand Stables at the request of Louis-Henri de Bourbon, the seventh prince of Condé. The legend says that the Prince was convinced he would be reincarnated in horse and therefore wished for stables worthy of his rank. He left France one of the eighteenth century...
The horses are true partners to the Live Horse Museum riders. Before taking part in a live show, a training period is much needed for the horses. Focused mainly on the relationship with the rider, its aim is to get a global understanding of the horse different reactions to ensure total harmony...
Check out our Stables' daily blog and read about the latest museum news, the staff's infatuations, the lives of our horses, the trips taken around the world to find new costumes and surprising experiences while discovering new equestrian traditions...