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Le Musee du Cheval, inaugure en juin 2013 est abrite dans les Grandes Ecuries, chef d'oeuvre architectural du XVIIIe s., Il presente plus de 200 objets et oeuvres d'art lies au cheval et a son histoire. A la fois musee d'art et musee ethnologique...more
All reviews horse lover horse show musee du real horses love horses lover's dream fun to watch interesting information children and adults crepes interesting pieces horse related spectacular building a real treat a lot of fun royal stables pleasant walk
We attended the Spectacle on a Sunday afternoon which was exceptionally well done and very entertaining. The Musee is interesting but it was the show that made the difference for us. Definitely worth the visit and very well done.
The Musee du Cheval is by the Stables, from the XVIIIth century, and is a live museum, because there are horses at the stables and dressage shows. Even if in the small size, the collection, the museography and the place is great.
It was interesting to see interaction between Stables with horses being fed at the time of visit, and a quite modern Museum, with drawings/paintings of some very famous artists like Marc Chagal etc..having disputes at their time about the presentations at works of art of...More
Hand up. I am not a horse lover.
However, I appreciate the history and current use of the museum which has been well maintained.
I enjoyed looking at the variety of horses currently kept in the stables.
This is a place for horse lovers to...More
The best part of this, otherwise, small museum ...are the horses and ponies there! The shetlands were a huge hit with the children. We attended the shows and loved them. The travels of Marco Polo was one of them: Beautiful costumes as well!
This is an amazing place. I did it as a (comfortable) day trip from Paris. There has been a chateau on this site from 1400; the stables, built around 1600 and originally housing 230 horses, now house about 30 horses and a comprehensive horse museum....More
Really enjoyed the visit. Stables are really impressive and well worth a visit even if you’re not really into horses. The dressage show was interesting, but as everyone says all in French. Enjoyed the painting exhibition. Puts all other stables in the shade.