Built in 1862 by order of the Grand Condé, Chantilly Faisanderie was a pheasant breeding farm, whose gardens, designed by André Le Nôtre and Jean-Baptiste de La Quintinie, frame the Potager des Princes. Replanted according to 17C, 18C and 19C plans, this 3ha area offers many a surprise above and beyond the gardens, vines and orchard: an outdoor theatre, a children's farmyard and even a "rabbit racetrack" where some of the residents compete at 3.30pm.
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