Chantilly lace: a fine and delicate black silk lace decorated with flowers. If in the 19th century this luxury finery, made by hand and bobbin, made the reputation of Chantilly in the four corners of Europe, the mechanization coming from England led to its fall and its disappearance.
The Lace Museum has a magnificent collection of Chantilly lace made up of shawls, fans, umbrellas, dresses...
A lecturer 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 women's costume in the 19th century. century.
- From 20 to 25 people
|à partir de 10 €
The price includes
Admission to the Museum, guided tour with an approved tour guide and demonstration by a lacemaker (subject to availability).
The price does not include
Transportation and personal expenses.
Options and particularities
Visit in English possible with a supplement of €20 for the group.
- Supplement on Sundays, public holidays and from 6 p.m.:
20 € for the group.
- Visits possible every day by reservation.
- 25 people maximum.
- Less than 20 people: €200 flat rate for the group.