accepted animals

A picturesque English-style garden, Jean-Jacques Rousseau Park was so named in the 20th century, in homage to the eponymous philosopher.

Indeed, Jean-Jacques Rousseau had spent the last weeks of his life in Ermenonville and was buried there on the Ile des Peupliers.

The 62 hectares of the park that we know today correspond to the southern part of the old estate (contemporary period).

True testimony to the Age of Enlightenment, the park is today a rich site with a characteristic and diversified living heritage.

In 2019, the Park was classified as a Sensitive Natural Space because it is home to many environments (afforestation, meadows, rivers, ponds, etc.), typical and sometimes rare flora as well as wild fauna.

Enter freely to open your senses and your mind to contact with this sensitive nature.


  • Walks


Tour languages

  • French
  • English



  • Free parking
  • Bathroom


  • Picnic area
  • Free parking

Specific information

Covid information

Structure ouverte : oui

Mandatory mask wearing


From 01 April to 29 October
Monday Open
Tuesday Open
Wednesday Open
Thusday Open
Friday Open
Saturday Open
Sunday Open