Wednesday, 3 July 2013
Grandest Stables Ever Built On Show
The Chantilly Estate in France – home to the grandest stables ever built has opened its new Museum of the Horse.
Covering 6500 square feet, the museum will be housed in the different rooms of the Cour des Remises. The carriage garage complex from the 1700s has been entirely restored since 2011. The rooms form a half-circle next to the world famous Great Stables.
There will also be a large room dedicated to artwork depicting horses.
At Cheval Liberte we know how important stables are and so do the organisers of the Chantilly Estate.
Housed in the western part of the Great Stables are two of the most important French historical carriages. The Imperial ladies’ brougham and the Berlin of the duc de Condé have been recently refurbished and restored to their former glory.
If you have an equestrian yard and want to turn your barns into something great we would be happy to help you so feel free to contact us.