Inspired by Chinese and English gardens and by 18th Century parks, Charles de Beistegui created the "folies" at Groussay between 1950 and 1970. He transformed the land by digging lakes and canals, imagining and realizing in 20 years a work that is as uncommon as the Château's interior decoration.
From the Tartar Tent to the Theater, from the Chinese Pagoda to the Venetian Bridge, the park is also presenting an Observation Tower built to admire the great landscape. Now opened to the public for the very first time, the park takes you to a journey around the globe.
© Juliette de Laubier