Enjoy the exceptional heritage of the Pays de Fontainebleau !
A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1981, Fontainebleau is the only château to have been inhabited by all the monarchs from the twelfth to the nineteenth century, and is the most richly furnished of all the French royal châteaux.
Pays de Fontainebleau is a region of many surprises: discover the places where some of the most illustrious artists of the 19th century lived, their works, and the landscapes that inspired them. Barbizon school museum: the Ganne Inn Barbizon It is difficult to know precisely when the inn was built. Before 1820, the only inns in the region were at Chailly. Alfred Sensier,…
An equestrian town par excellence with its cavalry brigade, and the home base of the Republican Guard, Fontainebleau is deeply attached to this age-old tradition.
Between 1830 and 1870, Pays de Fontainebleau was the backdrop for an artistic revolution which changed the course of modern painting.