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Abbaye de Chaalis

Domaine de Chaalis, Ermenonville, France
+33 3 44 54 04 02
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Domaine de Chaalis, Ermenonville, France
+33 3 44 54 04 02
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Visit this abbey if you like old abbey ruins, and if you know the Jacquemart André Muséum, as this was the residence of Nelly Jacquemart. The two combined made a delightful day out for us, especially in a sunny day.

Thank Tersparis
Reviewed 20 July 2017 via mobile

This was local to where we stayed in Ermenonville and decided to have a look. The building is derelict but there is plenty of it being enjoyed by many nesting swifts. It must have been impressive when complete. The grounds are extensive but marred by...More

Thank burgundyLondon
Reviewed 29 September 2016

The abbey at Chaalis, which flourished in the 13th and 14th centuries, subsequently fell into disrepair during the 16th century and later; rather like many English abbeys following Henry 8's dissolution of the monasteries, leaving the ruins that are visible today. In addition to the...More

Thank RossendaleMancunian
Reviewed 26 March 2016 via mobile

Such a beautiful and serene place! Magnificent grounds to stroll in with beautiful ruins as well as the gorgeous chateau, Abbey and chapel the chapel is a real gem. Lovely tour of the Perfumery and workshop where you can see how perfume is made, what...More

Thank Bozeman-Dublin
Reviewed 12 November 2015

Pretty grounds and ruins of the abbaye, but the highlight is the chapel. Don't miss the quirky gargoyles (snail, dinosaur, etc.), and especially the restored inside frescoes from Primaticcio, the 16th-century italian painter primarily famous for his work at the Chateau of Fontainebleau.

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Reviewed 16 June 2015 via mobile

Loved this little place. Really tranquil and well worth a visit. The little tea room on site is reasonably priced and the museum is well worth a look around. The gardens are beautiful and the kids just loved running free. It wasn't overly busy so...More

Thank LisaLEssex
Reviewed 13 June 2015

This a good visit to plan in the area. The chateau is a museum with lots of antiques and it offers a peak into the past of the house. It could do with a revamp but still worth it. There is a very nice rose...More

Reviewed 13 September 2014

This restored Abbey houses a fantastic collection of works of art mostly bought by Nélie Jacquemart-André's before and during the time she lived here in the early 1900's where she set about collecting from her trips around the globe. It's well worth spending some time...More

Thank TheOxfordTravellers
Reviewed 8 January 2014

Facing the amusement park « La mer de Sable » lie the ruins of Chaalis Abbey. The place is really quiet, within a big park, including a farm, museum (which we did not visit), chapel, rose garden. Not much remaining of the Abbey but the...More

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