Royal hunts

A day in the forest to discover this royal passion for hunting.

Your programm :

The morning :
– Visit the old hunting area.
Renowned for its game-winning qualities, the forest of Marly often hosted the hunt, “great royal entertainment”, practiced with passion by Louis XIV. The presidents of the Republic maintain the tradition and have drawn draws. An animator from the National Forest Office will take you on the trail of these ancient practices.

Lunch at the castle of Val
Hunting house built by the architect Jules Hardouin-Mansart for King Louis XIV on the site of an old hunting appointment of Louis XIII.

The afternoon
– Visit of the Pavilion of Muette.
Located north of the forest of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, it is a former hunting lodge, a remarkable testimony of French architecture of the late 18th century. Presentation by the owners of the ideal octagonal lounge to appreciate the hunts, the hunting officers’ room and vast underground kitchens with the famous rotisserie of the time.

Useful information :

Validity : from Monday to Friday

Price : from 69 € / person

Mileage :  10 km


Commercial service : Tél. / e-mail : commercial@seine-saintgermain.fr


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