It's a day of elegance , with entertainment for all ages.

Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille is the must-attend event for car enthusiasts from the four corners of the globe, with a truly unique, ephemeral automotive museum featuring the World's Most Beautiful Cars, old and new. But above all, it's a family event! It's a day of elegance during which young and old alike can take advantage of the huge range of events, exhibitions and workshops on offer.

The Domaine de Chantilly is yours for a day!

And there's so much to see! The entire Domaine de Chantilly welcomes Arts & Elegance Richard Mille. The Château, the Grandes Écuries, the Jeu de Paume, the lawns of Le Nôtre, the Hameau, the English Garden - the whole estate! There's plenty of room for so many activities. In every field...


The event is not only dedicated to art, but also to the French art of living through fashion, the table, French gastronomy... Numerous workshops and exhibitions are set up to entertain young and old alike.

The estate

The estate of Château de Chantilly

Unspoilt treasures of a 19th-century prince

Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille is an opportunity to enjoy not only the event itself, but also the Château de Chantilly, one of the jewels of France's heritage. It is the work of a man with an exceptional destiny: Henri d'Orléans, Duc d'Aumale, son of the last French king, Louis-Philippe. This prince, considered to be the greatest collector of his time, made Chantilly the setting for his countless masterpieces and precious manuscripts.

The gardens designed by Le Nôtre and the water features are the majestic backdrop to the festivities organised by Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille.

The second largest collection of ancient paintings after the Louvre

In accordance with the wishes of the Duc d'Aumale, the presentation of the works has remained unchanged since the 19th century, offering a unique opportunity to travel back in time and discover a museography typical of that period.

Nearly 1,500 manuscripts are kept in the cabinet des livres, making it the second largest library in France after the BnF (Bibliothèque Nationale de France) for illuminated manuscripts.

An exceptional panorama of the art of the Western garden

Covering an area of 115 hectares, the grounds of Château de Chantilly are the result of a number of creations in keeping with the fashion of each period: the French garden designed by André Le Nôtre in the 17th century, the Anglo-Chinese garden at the end of the 18th century and the English garden in the 19th century.

The biggest stables in Europe

An 18th-century architectural masterpiece, the Grandes Écuries are a veritable palace for horses. The building houses the Horse Museum, which presents the relationship between man and horse since the dawn of civilisation. All year round, the Grandes Écuries offer equestrian shows devoted to the art of Haute-Ecole dressage.