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Chantilly lace: a fine and delicate black silk lace adorned with flowers. If in the nineteenth century this luxury finery, made by hand and spindles, made the reputation of Chantilly in the four corners of Europe, mechanization from England led to its downfall and disappearance.

The Lace Museum keeps a magnificent collection of Chantilly lace made up of shawls, fans, umbrellas, dresses ...

A speaker and a lacemaker invite you to discover the whole world of lace, from the different techniques, to the production process, through the key characters, the specificities of Chantilly and other anecdotes on the art of female costume in the XNUMXth century. century.


Capacity

  • In 20 25 people to

Equipments and Services

Duration

1.30 p.m

Prices

from 9 €

The price includes

Entrance to the Museum, guided tour with a certified guide-lecturer and demonstration by a lacemaker (subject to availability).

The price does not include

Transportation and personal expenses.

Specific information

Options and particularities

Visit in English possible with a supplement of 20 € for the group.

- Supplement on Sundays, public holidays and from 18 p.m .:
€ 20 for the group.
- Visits available every day by reservation.
- 25 people maximum.
- Less than 20 people: package of €180 for the group.