MAISON ET PARC GÉRARD PHILIPE

Description

In 1954, seduced by the big path of the hundred-year-old chestnut trees, the famous actor and his family settle down to Cergy, in this bourgeois house built by the middle of the XIXth in the middle of a 5 hectare park.

The railings which surround the park, are decorated with strange sculptures representing theater masks, discreet tribute to the last occupant of places. The House of Anne and Gérard Philipe is punctually opened for cultural events and, every year, during Heritage Days.

Ouverture

Ouverture ponctuelle pour des manifestations culturelles et à l'occasion des Journées du Patrimoine.