Parc de Sceaux, Sceaux
Categories: Nature & Parks
You will find Parc de Sceaux in front of the Château de Sceaux, a grand country house that now houses an art museum. Landscape architect André Le Nôtre, Louis XIV's chief gardener, laid out the park. It once included terraced gardens, canals, an orangery, and a stone cascade that flows into an octagonal basin. During the French Revolution, the state confiscated the property and sold it. The new owner destroyed the original château and grew crops in the famed ornamental gardens. During Napoleon's reign, different owners restored the park to its original glory and built a smaller home on the site. Today, the park is open to the public. Plan your visit to Parc de Sceaux and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Sceaux vacation trip planner.
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Pour y être allé régulièrement après le repas de midi pour une promenade digestive entre collègues, voire pour un pique-nique, ou le week end, j'ai vu le parc sur toutes ses coutures et en toutes sais... read more »To go regularly after lunch for a digestive walk between colleagues, or even for a picnic, or the weekend, I saw the Park on every angle and in all seasons. This is an extremely nice, well-maintained, vast and varied, place where one comes across walkers, sportsmen or fishing at the level of the grand canal, and where we can also isolate themselves. The kiosk near the castle is nice to have a coffee or other. Do not miss the Japanese cherry blossoms in April, a marvel.show original
Quel magnifique Parc, entre le Château, l'Orangerie, les Pavillons que l'on peut visiter selon les périodes et selon les expos internes ou externes, les grandes pelouses, les différents bassins et chu... read more »What beautiful park, between the Castle, the Orangery, the pavilions that one can visit according to periods and the expos, internal or external, large lawns, the various pools and waterfalls, the statues, the sports courses and health, fishing line, the sheep of the mini-farm, the big ballads with multiple course pedestrians or cyclists, there is really something for everyone , the flower beds, wooded parks, wildlife (lots of birds), the forest passes, it goes down, that climbs, different seasons, fruit trees in some places, anyway, there for all tastes at the Parc de Sceaux, well maintained, nice rarely overloaded, at least during the week, it is lung vital suburb south of Paris with the wood of Meudon.show original
A quelques encablures de la capitale ce poumon de verdure mérite une visite qui vous entraînera dans un jardin à la française dessiné par Le Nôtre puis dans des dédales propices à la méditation. A l'a... read more »A short distance from the capital this green lung is worth a visit, which will take you in a drawn by our French garden and then in conducive to meditation maze. The Middle XIX of the Castle architecture of beautiful Aurora and the Orangery Pavilion do prefer! Avoid the weekends.show original
Great place to spend a weened afternoon. It is easily accessible using RER B line or by bicycle through "la coulée verte".
I really liked this park. The walk along the pond was great. Less crowded than the other park.
You should come here in April to feel the awesome cherryblossoms ! It is fantastic ever.
The most amazing park in Ile-de-France.
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