The largest stables in Europe

An architectural masterpiece of the 18th century, the Great Stables have always been the setting of lavish receptions. The princes hosted receptions for the kings here. Today they house the Museum of the Horse and provide the perfect setting for prestigious evenings.

The Dome

The majestic dome of the Great Stables is 28 metres high and beneath it lie a ring and stands that can accommodate up to 600 spectators. This atypical theatre is the ideal venue for plenary conferences and conventions, awards ceremonies, shows and concerts.

The Great Stables stage internationally renowned equestrian shows and presentations all year long. Animate your events with an equestrian show that will enchant your guests.

– 100 for dinner with a wooden floor in the ring
– 300 people for cocktail receptions
– 600 people for shows, concerts, conventions


The Great Nave

The majestic great nave is the ideal venue for large-scale events (receptions, trade shows…).

Decorated with hunting trophies, its sobre setting is perfect for original elegant receptions.

Offer your guests a dinner in an original décor. Dancing is possible after dinner.

– 500 people for dinner
– 600 people for cocktail receptions


The Cour des Remises

With a surface area of 2,000 m², the recently restored cour des remises is the perfect venue for cocktail receptions, exhibitions and other events.

With exceptional acoustics and lighting, the cour des remises provides an exceptional setting to welcome your guests to the striking sound of the hunting horn.

Temporary structures can be installed to shelter your guests from any bad weather yet allow them to fully benefit from this sumptuous paved courtyard.

The Museum of the Horse

The Museum of the Horse was inaugurated in 2013 in the 15 rooms of the Cour des Remises in the Great Stables. As a museum of both art and ethnology, its 200 objects and works of art recount the importance of the relationship between men and horses since the beginning of civilisation. Visit this fun interactive museum at your leisure or with a tour guide.

Useful information:
Surface area: 600 m²
Visits with cocktail receptions can be organised