An exceptional panorama of the art of the Western garden

With an overall surface area of 115 hectares, the gardens of the Château de Chantilly are the result of several creations according to the fashion of each period: the French-style garden created by André Le Nôtre in the 17th century, the Anglo-Chinese Garden in the 18th century and the English Garden in the 19th century. These grounds provide a unique testament to the relationship between men and nature in the western world over more than three centuries. 

Large Le Nôtre flowerbed

Le Nôtre’s favourite gardens

Anglo-chinese garden

The Hamlet that inspired Marie-Antoinette

English garden

Ideal for romantic strolls