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A wide range of possibilities

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Film shoots

Discover all the possibilities offer for your prestigious film shoots.

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Working day – Château / Room of King

Discover one of the jewels of France’s cultural heritage!
Located in a preserved natural setting, close to Paris, the Château de Chantilly was built up from the Middle Ages by its illustrious owners: Constable Anne de Montmorency, the Bourbon-Condé dynasty and subsequently Henri d’Orléans, Duke of Aumale.

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Working day – Grounds / The Sylvie’s House

Ideal for executive committees and working day! This lovely 17th century house and its small French style garden located in the heart of the grounds of the Château de Chantilly, keep up the souvenir of Montmorency’s Duchess sang under “Sylvie’s name” by the poet Théophile de Viau.
Private entrance, car park.

© Marc Walter

Working day – Grounds / The Jeu de Paume

Building of the Jeu de Paume commenced in 1756 by architect Claude Billard de Bellisard for Louis-Joseph de Bourbon-Condé. It was one of the last jeu de paume courts to be built in France.

Working day – The Jeu de Paume room
Working day – The Jeu de Paume lounge

Working day – Racecourse

Chantilly racecourse was inaugurated in 1834. The “Prix du Jockey Club” was created in 1836, and the “Prix de Diane” in 1843. Every year, there are in average forty races.

Working day – Les Balances
Working day – Sicambre room

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Equestrian show

Original creations
The Great Stables Equestrian troop has been creating equestrian shows for 35 years. Combining poetry, vaulting and humour, Sophie and Virginie Bienaimé’s original creations contribute to Chantilly’s international equestrian renown.

Exclusive visit

Discover the only Princely suite dating from the July Monarchy that is still intact!
The Duke and Duchess of Aumale’s private suites are located on the ground floor of the Petit Château. The Duke of Aumale had them decorated in 1845-1847 by the Romantic painter and decorator Eugène Lami, shortly after their wedding.

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Private visit – Château / Condé museum

Discover the second largest collection of antique paintings in France after the Louvre!
The Château de Chantilly is one of the finest jewels in the crown of France’s cultural heritage. It is the work of a man with an extraordinary destiny: Henri d’Orléans, Duke of Aumale, son of the last King of France, Louis-Philippe. This prince, who is considered to be the greatest collector of his time, made Chantilly the showcase for his countless masterpieces and precious manuscripts.

© Sophie Lloyd

Privilege visit – Château / The large suites and The reading room

Located on the 1st floor of the Château, the large suites were used as reception rooms by the Princes of Bourbon-Condé. The Château de Chantilly houses one of the most extensive libraries France. The reading room designed by architect Honoré Daumet at the end of the 19th century forms a showcase for the manuscripts of the princes of Condé and the Duke of Aumale’s treasures.

© Gary Otte

Private visit – Great Stables / Museum of the Horse

Discover the largest Princely stables of Europe!
Architectural masterpiece of the 18th century, the Great Stables were built by the architect Jean Aubert for Louis-Henri de Bourbon, 7th prince of Condé. The Great Stables are home to the Museum of the Horse, which presents the relationship between humans and horses since the beginning of civilisation.

Services

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Our privileged partners

List of providers at your service!

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Our referenced caterers

Partner catering companies.

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Hotel establishments

More than 1 500 rooms in 10 4* and 5* hotels in the immediate vicinity.

Contact-us

Our teams are available to answer your questions, by mail: evenementiel@chateaudechantilly.fr or by phone: +33 (0)3 44 27 31 70 from 9 am to 1 pm and from 2 pm to 5 pm, Monday to Friday.