The landscapes of this vast territory,
where plateaux and valleys succeed each other,
are appropriate for pastoral walks and unusual meetings.
Automne valley is greenery setting suitable
for the flourishing of protected fauna and flora.
We can find the green lizard and numerous orchids.
Parc de Géresme
Old property which had belonged to the Duc d’Orléans, this park is a place where to walk, to relax and to observe the fauna and flora. Sportsmen, families, naturalists or local history amateurs, there is for everyone.
Free entrance (bikes are not allowed)
From April 1st to September 30th from 6am to 10pm and from October 1st to March 31th from 8am to 5pm
+33 (0)3 44 59 03 97 / +33 (0)6 44 11 57 04
Avenue de l'Europe < Crépy-en-Valois
Parc Jean-Jacques Rousseau
A key reference in landscape art, the garden embodies the progressive spirit of Enlightenment and is reminiscent of Rousseau, whose grave lies on the "Island of Poplars". A program of cultural events takes place in the park from April to October.
From wenesday to sunday, from 11 am to 6pm.
1 rue René de Girardin < Ermenonville
Jardin de l'Échassière
Covering an area of 1800m², this superbe rose and perennial garden is designed on the theme of Lewis Caroll's famous tale "Alice in Wonderland". It affords bountiful and entertaining stroll and is located at the start of the "Sentier des Écrivains".
5€ capita (put back into "Opengarden") / 10€ capita (pass "Opengarden")
All year by appointment. Opened during the "RDV aux jardins"
+33 (0)9 54 16 17 22
15 clos du parc < Ermenonville
Mare de Gondreville
An essential part of the village's history, this 200-year old pond was about to die, but the municipality brought it back to life in 2014. It is now a stroll area, a biodiversity hotspot, and an educational experience focused on beekeeping with "Ruches du Tillet".
Accessible all year long
Bois de Tillet < Gondreville
Roseraie David Austin
After Great Britain and Japan, David Austin chose the Morienval Abbey to set its official rose garden in France. Below of the imposing bedside of the Abbey, 1600 roses reveal the extent of the famous floral directory of the English Rosarian.
8€ capita / Reduced prices
From June to September from 10am to 6pm
Shop and tearoom. David Austin rosebush for sale from March 1st to November 30th
+33 (0)3 44 88 05 29
11 rue des Lombards < Morienval
Parc du château
It’s a rolling park giving onto the Vallée de l’Automne. A tree-filled walk in a place which has welcomed numerous painters in the 19th century.
From 1st to the 31st of July and from the 1st to the 30th of September. From 9 to 12am and from 2pm to 5pm. Closed on weekends and July 14th
+33 (0)6 13 42 25 14
142 rue Montlaville < Orrouy
Manoir du Plessis-au-Bois
On the edge of the Retz forest, near Crépy en Valois, the manor is typical of farm manors built in the Valois and the Soissonais at the end of the Middle Ages and at the beginning of the Renaissance. We can find, amoung others, a flowery vegetable garden, a lawn, rosebush hoops, a fruity orchard and pools.
5€ capita / Reduced prices
From June 1st to July 31st, from September 1st to 30th, Mondays, Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 1pm to 7pm
+33 (0)3 44 88 46 98
4 rue du Château < Vauciennes
Parc du château
Attributed to Le Notre, this 20 hectares park includes numerous seventeenth century statues. There is the presence of a cold room, an underground tunnel and a water room. Remarkable garden.
Free entrance / Guided tours 10€ on Saturdays from June to September at 10.30am and 3pm (see website)
Every day in June, July and September from 1pm to 7pm
+33 (0)3 44 88 62 23
1 route de Senlis < Versigny