Discover the Pavilion:
The Pavilion was built in the 17th century to house a hydraulic machine. It raised spring water from a well to an open-air reservoir, which further supplied the waterworks (pools, cascades, fountains), or “Grandes Eaux” designed to embellish the castle gardens created by Le Nôtre.
In the 19th century, a more up-to-date pumping station was added by the Duke of Aumale to supply the castle and the city of Chantilly with drinking water. He also built a laundry with the most modern equipment of the time.
High season: From May to September
- Opening times: 10.00 am to 6.00 pm
- Last admission: 5.30 pm
Open every day except on Mondays and 1 May.
Low season: From October to April
- Opening times: 2.00 pm to 5.30 pm
- Last admission: 5.00 pm
Open every day except on Mondays, 24, 25 December and 1 January.
Groups: open every day for groups by reservation.
Closed in January off school holidays.
Individual adults: 7€
Children from 3 to 15 years old: 3€
Where to find us:
icon-location-arrow 34, rue des Cascades
60500 Chantilly, France
In the center of Chantilly:
- 15 min walk from Chantilly-Gouvieux train station (free bus from the train station to Omer Vallon Square)
- 15 minutes walk from Chantilly Castle
- 3 public car parks nearby
- Parking at the foot of the Pavilion (reserved for groups)
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