The Parc de la Faïencerie is a municipal park located in the city center a few steps from Saint-Maurice Island. It owes its name to the old faience factory which made the city famous in the 19th century. Walkways have been laid out in this small wood, bordered on one side by the banks of the Oise and on the other by a hillside of limestone in which troglodytes have been dug. The "côte à Cri-cri", nicely redeveloped in 2015, allows you to reach the heights of Creil from the park. There are a few picnic tables and a large area for running or playing ball in the park. Nearby, the Espace culturel de la Faïencerie is made up of a performance hall (theatre, concert, circus, etc.), a media library, a room hosting exhibitions (Manga convention, book fair, potters, diques convention...) and the "Le Flora" brewery. On the island of St Maurice is also the Gallé-Juillet Museum and the House of Earthenware.


  • Walks



  • auditorium
  • Free parking
  • On-site catering
  • Projection room
  • Bathroom


  • Picnic area
  • Free parking

Specific information

Covid information

Structure ouverte : oui

This open-air site with free access is subject to prefectural measures concerning parks and gardens


From 01 January to 31 December
Monday Open from 00h à 00h
Tuesday Open from 00h à 00h
Wednesday Open from 00h à 00h
Thusday Open from 00h à 00h
Friday Open from 00h à 00h
Saturday Open from 00h à 00h
Sunday Open from 00h à 00h