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The Domaine de Chantilly estate comprises the château itself, the Musée Condé, the park and its gardens by Le Nôtre, and the Great Stables with their Living Museum of the Horse.
The château contains the Musée Condé, with its exceptional collection of paintings from the Royal apartments.
The park offers a sweeping panorama of the art of Western gardening, with the French garden designed by Le Nôtre in the 17th century, the 18th century Anglo-Chinese garden – which contains the Hamlet on which that of Marie-Antoinette near the Petit Trianon at Versailles was modelled – and the 19th century English garden.
The Great Stables are a masterpiece of 18th century architecture in their own right. They are also home to the Living Museum of the Horse, which showcases more than 200 objects and artworks dedicated to the equine world. The Great Stables also host magical and spectacular equestrian events throughout the year. And as the home of the world-famous Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, Chantilly is also the French capital of horse racing.