"Le Pin" national stud, Le Pin-au-Haras

(3.2/5 based on 95 reviews on the web)
Louis XIV wanted to study and develop horse-breeding in France, so he and his ministers came up with the idea for "Le Pin" national stud. The site was chosen and built during the reign of his son, Louis XV--earning the name Versailles of the Horse. Despite regime changes and wars, the site has continued its mission to support the study and breeding of horses. Today, the government runs this, as well as a historical monument. Visitors can take a guided tour and visit the horse museum housed in a historic stable. Plan to see "Le Pin" national stud and other attractions that appeal to you using our Le Pin-au-Haras holiday planner.
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  • Nice to visit in a great area. Horses are very beautiful, very well explained tour.
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  • A very good visit the stud farm of the pine is a must visit of the Orne. It is beautiful and the tour is great! We'd like to see more! :) Guides has the look and very friendly! Only problem, the price of memories in the shop: o of the exorbitant price!
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  • We came to the stud of the Pin after a beautiful day to make our children discover the area. The site is beautiful. But we have deplored the Organization, too crowded and a lot of waste of time with the queue at reception. Not easy with young children. On the other hand, we want to congratulate staff, not enough in our opinion, including the hospitality and Pierre guide which makes us discover the history and beauty of this place. Similarly the show with horses is beautiful. I still advise you to discover the stud of the pine.
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