Discover an exceptional cultural heritage at your leisure



Partly destroyed during the Revolution, the château was rebuilt by the domain's last inhabitant, the Duke of Aumale (1822-1897), and became the showcase for the collection of works of art, books and furniture, built up by the latter throughout his life.


Visit the château outside of public opening times and get a glimpse of the private lives of the princes who contributed to the development of the domain down through the centuries.


During a multilingual guided tour, with a glass of champagne, you can enjoy an exclusive visit to the Condé museum, home to the second largest collection of antique paintings after the Louvre museum.


The Great Stables

Built in the 18th century for Louis-Henri de Bourbon, prince of Condé, the Great Stables rank among the finest in the world. They house the Museum of the Horse, which recounts the importance of the relationship between men and horses since the beginning of civilisation.


After a visit to the Museum of the Horse, the troop of riders will enchant you with their equestrian show and share some of their dressage secrets