The Art of Sharing
Restored and maintained with passion by its owners, this family property has retained all the charm and authenticity of its environment of the seventeenth century: a chateau furnished and still inhabited, the largest dovecote in Ile-de-France and an amazing kitchen garden unique flowered by its plant diversity and ranked Remarkable Garden. Each year, the European Heritage Days allow visitors to discover an unknown aspect of the Castle. With the theme “Art of Sharing”, this edition calls for a reflection on what elements of the national heritage present in common, and specific, compared to the rest of the continent’s heritage and will allow citizens to better understand what brings them together by sharing common historical and aesthetic values that go beyond identity rivalries and irredentism.
Guided tours of the interior of the castle will be an opportunity to fall in love with its remarkably preserved decoration and floral stagings made with the flowers of the garden. Finally, the flower garden will be revealed in all its autumn generosity with its collections of rare vegetables, dahlias and fruit trees centenarians.
A few steps from Paris, all the art of living in the Grand Siècle in the sweetness of the last beautiful days.