Discover the region of Chantilly near Paris
Discover the treasures of the Chantilly’s Region
10 minutes from Chantilly
The Cistercian Abbey in Asnières-sur-Oise, the largest in the Paris Region, was founded in a protected area of natural beauty by the future King Saint-Louis, and still rises today above the marshes and forests. Its mediaeval garden is a genuine living museum.
Auvers-sur-Oise, town of the Impressionists
Visit the Auvers-sur-Oise Chateau 35 km from Chantilly in the Paris Region.Take the fun interactive journey back in time to find out more about the Grand Masters of 19th-century Impressionism: Charles-François Daubigny, Paul Cézanne, Jean-Baptiste Corot, Camille Pissarro and Vincent Van Gogh…
Chaalis Royal Abbey
The estate of the Chaalis Royal Abbey, around 40 km north-east of Paris and 30 minutes from Chantilly, contains the ruins of the 13th-century Abbey Church, a chateau housing the Jacquemart-André collections and an enormous listed park with ponds and a rose garden.
Chateau d’Ecouen, National Museum of the Renaissance
The Chateau d’Ecouen in the Ile de France region – 19 km north of Paris and 25 minutes from Chantilly – was built for Anne de Montmorency in the 16th century and is one of the great architectural treasures of the French Renaissance. Its original decor contains the prestigious collection of decorative arts from the National Museum of the Renaissance (furniture, gold and silverware, sculptures, ceramics, enamel paintings, painted hides, tapestries etc.)
Maison de Claude Monet
Visit the house where the artist Claude Monet lived for over 40 years, in Giverny, an hour and a half north of Chantilly.Admire the superb collection of Japanese prints in his apartments. The splendid gardens, restored in an exact replica of their former splendour, have been listed as “Gardens of Outstanding Beauty”.
Senlis, Medieval City
Take a horse-drawn carriage through this charming historic town on the Nonette River, a few miles from the Paris region and 15 minutes from Chantilly. Do not miss the Museum of Modern Art, the Hunting Museum, the Bishop’s Palace and Notre Dame Cathedral.