THE MUSEUM

Browse freely the 30 rooms dedicated to the know-how of the craftsmen devoted to hunting with hounds: stables, sellers, Hermès room, house Deyrolle …

The museum

Browse freely the 30 rooms dedicated to the know-how of the craftsmen devoted to hunting with hounds: stables, sellers, Hermès room, house Deyrolle …

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THE CHATEAU'S STABLES

Here the horses are kings, and the stables are ready to host them.

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THE TACK ROOMS

A wide collection of authentic saddles.

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DEYROLLE HOUSE

A renowned taxidermy house, founded in Paris in 1813, restores insects and animals by naturalisation.

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THE HERMÈS ROOM

Hermès, the famous Parisian saddlers, forged the equestrian traditions throughout the generations.

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THE CHATEAU'S STABLES

Here the horses are kings, and the stables are ready to host them!

visitez le chateau de montpoupon

THE TACK ROOMS

A wide collection of authentic saddles.

visitez le chateau de montpoupon

DEYROLLE HOUSE

A renowned taxidermy house, founded in Paris in 1813, restores insects and animals by naturalisation.

visitez le chateau de montpoupon

THE HERMÈS ROOM

Hermès, the famous Parisian saddlers, forged the equestrian traditions throughout the generations.

THE MUSEUM

Visitors are free to wander the 30 rooms dedicated to the knowledge of craftsmen of the hunt: the stables, the saddeleries, the Hermès room, and Deyrolle house… But also the house of the ‘piqueur’, the central figure of the hunt.

A magnificent collection of 20th century works of art, illustrate the French hunt and Touraine landscapes. The artists include Karl Reille, Baron Finot, la Verteville, Xavier de Poret, the Hallo family, Linarès… An interesting collection of ancient postcards is also on display.

THE MUSEUM

Visitors are free to wander the 30 rooms dedicated to the knowledge of craftsmen of the hunt: the stables, the saddeleries, the Hermès room, and Deyrolle house… But also the house of the ‘piqueur’, the central figure of the hunt.

A magnificent collection of 20th century works of art, illustrate the French hunt and Touraine landscapes. The artists include Karl Reille, Baron Finot, la Verteville, Xavier de Poret, the Hallo family, Linarès… An interesting collection of ancient postcards is also on display.

THE CHATEAU’S STABLES

Here the horses are kings and the stables are ready to host them! Every stable, marked with the prestigious name of its occupant, is painted in blue and yellow, the racing colours of the la Motte Saint-Pierre family.

You will also find an exhibition of horse-drawn carts, city carts, English traps, American carts with numerous harnesses, ready to be used.

In the blacksmiths forge, original bellows and anvils are on display.

THE CHATEAU’S STABLES

Here the horses are kings and the stables are ready to host them! Every stable, marked with the prestigious name of its occupant, is painted in blue and yellow, the racing colours of the la Motte Saint-Pierre family.

You will also find an exhibition of horse-drawn carts, city carts, English traps, American carts with numerous harnesses, ready to be used.

In the blacksmiths forge, original bellows and anvils are on display.

THE TACK ROOMS

Only a few castles of the Loire Valley have kept their tack rooms virtually untouched.

A wide collection of period saddles both French and English, weapon saddles, side saddles, training saddles, dressage saddles…They were all used in the castle, the most luxurious in Touraine. Rustic, practical and waiting to be used, ready for a day’s hunt or just for a ride in the forest.

THE TACK ROOMS

Only a few castles of the Loire Valley have kept their tack rooms virtually untouched.

A wide collection of period saddles both French and English, weapon saddles, side saddles, training saddles, dressage saddles…They were all used in the castle, the most luxurious in Touraine. Rustic, practical and waiting to be used, ready for a day’s hunt or just for a ride in the forest.

DEYROLLE HOUSE

A renowned taxidermy house, founded in Paris in 1831, restores insects and animals by naturalisation.

Deyrolle is also very well known in the scholastic domain, whereby allowing pupils to discover natural science and geography.

DEYROLLE HOUSE

A renowned taxidermy house founded in Paris in 1831, restores insects and animals by naturalisation.

Deyrolle, is also very well known in the scholastic domain, whereby allowing pupils to discover natural science and geography.

THE HERMÈS ROOM

Hermès, the famous Parisian saddlers, forged the equestrian traditions throughout the generations.

Producing harnesses since 1837, Hermes became saddlers in 1880. Dedicated to the specific craft of their prestigious name, this room represents the various stages in the manufacture of their incomparable saddles.

On certain sections of the wall, some of the famous Hermès scarves are exposed with their fine designs.

THE HERMÈS ROOM

Hermès, the famous Parisian saddlers, forged the equestrian traditions throughout the generations.

Producing harnesses since 1837, Hermes became saddlers in 1880. Dedicated to the specific craft of their prestigious name, this room represents the various stages in the manufacture of their incomparable saddles.

On certain sections of the wall, some of the famous Hermès scarves are exposed with their fine designs.