The route along the canals accompanies you through the Nonette valley in the footsteps of André Le Nôtre! A walk combining history and nature in the heart of Chantilly.
During this visit, do not hesitate to stop to visit the Pavillon de Manse, museum of the old hydraulic machines of the Princes of Condé and the Duke of Aumale, which were used to raise the water to supply the water games. of the Château de Chantilly but also to bring drinking water to the city centre! www.pavillondemanse.com
Easy level / 1h / 2km
Download here or collect directly from our two reception desks.
- Free visit: yes
|From 01 January to 31 December|
|Monday||Open from 08h à 19h|
|Tuesday||Open from 08h à 19h|
|Wednesday||Open from 08h à 19h|
|Thusday||Open from 08h à 19h|
|Friday||Open from 08h à 19h|
|Saturday||Open from 08h à 19h|
|Sunday||Open from 08h à 19h|