Saint-Jean de Beauregard Estate Park
Planted with oak, ash, chestnut and hornbeam trees, the garden is divided by a star-shaped grid of paths providing beautiful views, and, where the paths intersect, clearings with shady garden alcoves if the 18th century plans are to be believed.
Part of the French-style park was converted to the English style at the beginning of the 19th century, allowing for the creation of a lake and the introduction of tree species that were new at the time, namely cedars and horse chestnut trees.
At the heart of the Saint-Jean de Beauregard Estate stands one of the largest pigeon-houses in Paris and its region. With its 4500 pigeonholes, it is the perfect way to round off your visit to the grounds and kitchen garden, which is listed as a historical monument.
The Saint-Jean de Beauregard Estate, which hosts the famous Fêtes des Plantes twice a year, is the perfect place for a relaxing day trip not far from Paris and a family stroll combining history and nature.
Access and contact
Days and opening hours
From 15⁄03 to 15⁄11, daily between 2 pm and 6 pm.
- Full price: 8 to 10 € Reduced price: 6 €.
Free entry for children < 6 years.
- Public WC
- Car park
- Free car park
- Tourist brochures
- Guided tours
Guided tour languages
Documentation languages (home)
Single services tour
- Unguided individual tours available permanently
- Guided individual tours on request
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