The ‘Jeu de Paume’ of Chantilly’s Castle was built in 1756 by the architect Claude Billard de Bellicard for the prince Louis-Joseph de Bourbon-Condé (1736-1818), amateur player of the game. It is one of the last terrains for ‘Jeu de paume’ built in France. Being kept in its integrity it benefits from a remarkable painting collection and it will soon showcase a big range of prestigious and high-quality events such as:

  • various performances (chamber music, chorous/choir, small theatre groups, stand up, film projections)
  • temporary exhibitions (painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, contemporary creations and use of information technology)
  • receptions / banquets (weddings and other ceremonies)
  • conferences / seminars / tradeshows
  • fashion