Chantilly Forest

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 forest roads favourable for walking.

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Park
Park
Laid out by Le Nôtre for the Great Condé
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Château de Chantilly
Château de Chantilly
Standing in the middle of a lake, this
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Great Stables
Great Stables
The most noble Chantilly monument dates
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Living Museum of the Horse
Living Museum of the Horse
These stalls dating from the time of the
Commelles pools
Commelles pools
On the banks and causeways separating
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Chateau of the White Queen
Chateau of the White Queen
More than just a Chateau, this is an old
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Park
Park
Laid out by Le Nôtre for the Great Condé
1:30
Commelles pools
Commelles pools
On the banks and causeways separating
0:15
King's garden
King's garden
Within a Gallo-Roman surrounding wall
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