PARC DU CHÂTEAU D'ECOUEN
Castle Écouen is one of the finest examples of French Renaissance architecture. It was built in the sixteenth century for the Constable Anne de Montmorency (1493-1567) on the edge of a hill overlooking the Plain of France. You can admire the prestigious collections of the National Museum of the Renaissance but also stroll in the park whose designer of the prospects was Jules Hardouin Mansart (1646-1708). South and west, the park is bordered by a forest, a remnant of a large hunting area.
- Individuel tout public (Individuals / Suitable for all)
- From 01 january 2016 to 31 december 2016
Rates and reservations
GPS coordinates lat. 49° 1' 3" - long. 2° 22' 37"
Parc du château d'Ecouen Rue Jean Bullant, 95440 Écouen Telephone 33 (0)1 34 38 38 50 Website http://musee-renaissance.fr