Domaine de Chantilly

The Chantilly Estate

The Condé Museum's painting collection makes it the number one museum of ancient paintings (prior to 1850) in France after the Louvre Museum. Comprised of more than a dozen rooms, you'll discover throughout the tour over 800 masterpieces of French, Italian, Flemish, English painting and...
The library and the archives of the Château of Chantilly keep the precious collections of books and written documents gathered in the course of the centuries by the lords of Chantilly, members of the families of Montmorency and Bourbon-Condé, such as those acquired by the Duke of Aumale in the...
115 acres of park, divided into three historical gardens : the french style garden designed by André Le Nôtre, the Chinese-English garden and its Hameau and the English garden.
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.