The chateau houses the Musée Condé, made up of the princely apartments and boasting an exceptional collection of paintings - over 800 masterpieces by artists such as Botticelli, Raphaël, Poussin and Delacroix - and a library and archive of over 19,000 works.
The park offers a grand view of the artistic Western Garden, featuring the French flower garden designed by Le Nôtre in the 17th century, 18th century the Anglo-Chinese garden housing a model hamlet styled after that of Marie-Antoinette Versailles' Petit Trianon, and the 19th century English garden.
Finally, the Grandes Ecuries (Great Stables) are a veritable masterpiece of 18th century architecture, housing the Musée du Cheval (Horse Museum) with over 200 items and art works dedicated to the equestrian world. The Grandes Ecuries offer equestrian shows throughout the year.
- Objets d'art
- Spectacle vivant
Services and facilities of the establishment
- Educational activities
- Gift shop
- Car park/Parking
- Coach park
- Visitor tools
Documentation in a foreign language
Visitor toolsMusée Condé (Chateau)
Educational activitiesEquestrian activities for children aged 3 and over, see website
Combined ticketsThe Domaine pass gives access to the park, the Great Stables and the Musée du Cheval.
RestaurantLa Capitainerie is in the Chateau, the Hameau restaurant is in the gardens and the Les Ecuries cafe in the Grandes Ecuries.
Coach parkPaid parking: €5
Prices and times
Entrance fees and modalities
Park: €8 full price / €6 concessions (discount for all visitors in low season)
Ticket for show (Great Stables, Horse Museum, equestrian show): €21 full price / €17 concessions
Ticket for estate + show: €30 full price / €24 concessions
Group tourEmail: email@example.com
Free for young people and childrenUnder 3s
Methods of payment
Daily except Tuesday
10.30am-5pm (6pm for park)
April - October (high season)
Daily 10am - 6pm (8pm for park)
Equestrian show from April to October. Daily equestrian presentations.
- Easter Monday
- Ascension Day
- 1 May
- 8 May
- Whit Monday
- 14 July
- 15 August
- 1 November
- 11 November
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Domaine de Chantilly
RER - Chantilly - Gouvieux
By car, from Paris: A1, Chantilly exit. By public transport, from Paris: TER (25 minutes from Gare du Nord): Chantilly-Gouvieux stop or RER D to Chantilly-Gouvieux stop. From Chantilly station to the Domaine: 5 minutes by taxi (approximately €8) or a 20-minute walk.
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
- Reduced rates for disabled visitors on presentation of proof
- Reduced rates for the accompanying person
-Physical disability: reserved parking spaces close to the chateau, the large princely apartments and the shop are at ground level, adapted toilets at the right of the chateau entrance.
-Audio impairment: ticket office equipped with hearing loop for the hard of hearing
-All disabilities: visits or activities can be adapted to your needs (only in reserved time slots lasting 60 to 90 minutes).
-Physical disability: gardens mostly accessible to visitors in wheelchairs but with help (pavement can sometimes be loose or bumpy), the small train can seat those in wheelchairs in the end carriage.
-Visual impairment: audio commentary in the train to discover the gardens.
Stables / Musée du Cheval
-Physical disability: reserved parking spaces near the stables, stables and museum all accessible at ground-level, floor is paved cobbles, adapted toilets with automatic taps, 12 reserved places for visitors in wheelchairs in the dome of the stables (where the horse shows take place), on request.
-Audio impairment: disabled toilets equipped with light and sound signal for fire alarm.