The Chinese Pavilion is one of three follies of the eighteenth century which still existing in France. It's said that tt was designed in Italy by the painter Fragonard, who accompanied in 1774 the Receiver General of Finance : Bergeret. His son decided to build it in the park of his castle of Cassan. It is built on an octagonal plan. Its double roof looks like a pagoda and rests on a peristyle of eight wooden pillars and supports a mast weighted with bronze bells. It has just been restored under the direction of Peter Andre Lablaude, chief architect of historical monuments.
- Individuel tout public (Individuals / Suitable for all)
- From 01 january 2016 to 31 december 2016
- Free guided tour for groups
Rates and reservations
GPS coordinates lat. 49° 7' 12" - long. 2° 14' 7"
Pavillon Chinois 6 rue de Nogent, 95290 L'Isle-Adam