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Reopening of Château de Chantilly this Thursday, May 21, 2020

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A unique castle ticket was also created at € 12 for the full price and € 8 for the reduced price.

In addition to visiting the castle, visitors will be able to take advantage of “Raphaël à Chantilly. The teacher and his pupils “and” Fable and Bibliophily “.

The Domaine de Chantilly teams are ready to receive their visitors in the best conditions, a health charter has been put in place.
Pre-visit information:
> Prioritize the purchase of tickets at the Domaine’s online ticket office in order to minimize contact with reception staff and other visitors.
> Preferably opt for payment by bank card at the ticket office and in the store.
> Wearing a mask is essential for visitors.
> A hydroalcoholic gel dispenser is available for visitors to disinfect their hands upon arrival in the chateau and in the boutique on exit.

Visit route has been redesigned with a unique meaning

> The visit route has been redesigned with a single direction to guarantee the comfort and safety of visitors.
> The new visit route does not allow us to guarantee easy access to PRMs (people with reduced mobility).

> Guided tours, including those of private apartments, are suspended.
Otherwise, groups of more than 10 people are not allowed until further notice

> The “Raphaël à Chantilly. The teacher and his pupils “and” Fable and Bibliophily “are open to the public.
> Since audio guides cannot be distributed, visitors will be able to download for free the visit application “the essential masterpieces of the Condé museum” on their smartphone upon arrival.
>… And of course, throughout your visit, be sure to respect the barrier gestures and physical distancing measures in force!
Pending the reopening of the entire Domaine de Chantilly, visitors will be able to take advantage of virtual tours, unpublished reports, podcasts, games and mediation tools posted online on the Stay Connected page.

Reopening of the Château de Chantilly on Thursday May 21, 2020

The Château de Chantilly will open its doors to the public from Thursday May 21 with opening hours: 10am to 6pm, closing on Tuesdays. Until further notice, only the castle will be accessible. The park and the Grand Stables will remain closed.

A single castle ticket has also been created at € 12 for the full rate and € 8 for the reduced rate.
In addition to the visit of the castle, visitors will be able to enjoy the exhibitions “Raphaël in Chantilly. The master and his pupils” and “Fable and Bibliophily”.
The teams of the Domaine de Chantilly are ready to welcome their visitors in the best conditions, a health charter has been set up.
Prior to the visit information:
> Favor the purchase of tickets on the Domaine’s online ticketing system in order to limit contact with the reception staff and other visitors as much as possible.
> Preferably opt for payment by credit card at the ticket office and in the shop.
> Wearing a mask is essential for visitors.
> A hydroalcoholic gel dispenser is available for visitors to disinfect their hands on arrival in the château and in the shop on departure.
Visitors’ itinerary has been redesigned with a one-way
> The tour route has been redesigned with a single direction to ensure the comfort and safety of visitors.
> The new tour route does not allow us to guarantee easy access for PRMs (people with reduced mobility).
> Guided tours, including those of private apartments, are suspended.
Furthermore, groups of more than 10 people are not allowed until further notice.
> “Raphaël in Chantilly” exhibitions. The master and his pupils “and” Fable et Bibliophilie “are open to the public.
> As the audioguides cannot be distributed, visitors will be able to download the “must-see masterpieces of the Musée Condé” tour application free of charge on their smartphone on arrival.
> … and of course, throughout your visit, make sure to respect the barrier gestures and physical distance measures in force!
While waiting for the reopening of the entire Domaine de Chantilly, visitors will be able to take advantage of virtual tours, original reports, podcasts, games and mediation tools on the Stay Connected page.