A World Heritage site, the castle is a royal residence, a history museum and a national palace where the parliament is held in congress.
Le Corbusier's masterpiece illustrating the principles of modern architecture.
The last resting place of the kings and queens of France. The largest European collection of funerary sculptures (12th to 16th century).
Housing of the sovereigns from the 12th to the 19th century. One of the richest royal and imperial residences in the world.
Collection of paintings, apartments of the princes of Condé, graphic arts firm, park and gardens.
Built in the early 18th century, the former property of the Marquise de Pompadour houses exceptional interior decorations and furniture.
Archaeological collections collected in France. From prehistory to the first Middle Ages.
Museum dedicated to relations between France and the United States.
18th century Castle Collections of N. Jacquemart-André (6,000 furniture, paintings, art objects) and Jean-Jacques Rousseau (objects, manuscripts).
Less than 10 km away. from Paris, the museum presents one of the most beautiful collections in the world of flying machines, spacecraft, mythical aircraft...
High place of court life and the exercise of power. Apartments of Napoleon I and Napoleon III.
Commissioned in 1641 by René de Longueil, the castle built by François Mansart is a splendour of classical French architecture.
Malmaison was the private residence of Napoleon Bonaparte and Empress Josephine.
Built in the 15th century, dismantled in the 17th century, then recreated under Napoleon III, a brilliant interpretation of the Middle Ages by the architect Viollet-le-Duc.
The 35-hectare estate houses a rich collection of paintings, engravings and books...
Former royal castle (14th-18th century) became one of the presidential residences.
19 km from Paris, the castle, a monument to French architecture, houses the collections of the National Renaissance Museum.
The estate includes the house-workshop where A. Rodin lived and a museum that presents the plasters of the large sculptures.
Ceramics from all countries and eras.
The castle, a royal residence from the 12th to the 18th century, has retained its enclosure, its medieval towers, its Sainte-Chapelle and its dungeon.