A mere 10 km from the Tiara Château Hôtel Mont Royal Chantilly, take a turn down a country road criss-crossed by paths and an amazing discovery is revealed... the Chateau de Chantilly. Regally reflected in a mirror of water, the chateau takes centre stage to tell the story of the Bourbon-Condé princes. The chateau’s heritage is one of elaborate receptions, private musical concerts, original plays and wonderous events invented to entertain the rich and royal. This legacy continues to this day.
The 115 acres of park offers visitors an extraordinary variety of gardens. The French style garden was designed by famed landscape architect, André Le Nôtre.
The racetrack is renowned for prestigious races such as the Prix de Diane Longines and Chantilly Jumping. The Grand Stables, built for the seventh Prince of Condé, are home to the Horse Museum. The Museum, considered a masterpiece in civil architecture of the eighteenth century, houses both artistic and ethnographic exhibits. The horse shows initiate audiences to the classic equestrian arts and never fail to fascinate people from all walks of life.