The Château de Bagatelle in the Bois de Boulogne near Paris is a site that is free to visit. It is not accessible to the public. However, group tours on request from the tourist office can do, and that, for well-defined schedules.
Description of the Château de Bagatelle
Architectural styles Castle Bagatelle were made using conventional originality. Its interior evokes ancient times. Its porch is decorated with four grooves made of marble where the shallows under the stairs stands the sculpture of a goddess.
In the dining room is a fountain rejecting two jets of water by dolphins. The exhibition was arranged by her account an Italian style decorated with a beautiful arabesque. It has a cap and a clock in the form of a trophy center.
The first floor where there are two small bedrooms are accessed via a staircase with steps of cashew. The rooms are lit by small windows of square shape. The bathroom is shaped by mirrors and paintings of Hubert Robert. The bedroom of the account has been arranged as easy marquee military camp bed which was designed to spearhead the vault and large folds retained by the wrath of Mars.
The chimney to the beams is made of two guns polished copper which are placed on their head. Mature folds are decorated by the ECU, armor and accessories warriors. Bagatelle gardens were created in English sheltering rocks, forests, grasslands, a river and a waterfall.
History of the Château de Bagatelle
The Château de Bagatelle or also known under the name of "madness" is a fortress that has been created since the year 1777 in honor of the Comte d'Artois. Its flag has been registered as historical monuments since 31 January 1978. At its inception in the early eighteenth century, the castle was dedicated to elegant festivities dedicated to the governors and Prince Louis XV. It is for this reason that the pavilion was called "Bagatelle", but also for its costly construction. Fell into disrepair, it was completely rebuilt September 21, 1777 and work was completed November 26, 1777 with 900 workers who worked day and night. This is also why the Bagatelle has been called "the madness of Artois." Many changes were made to the castle of Bagatelle by its various owners. From 18 June to 14 July 1988 it was refurbished to resume its status antique style and decorated with works by the architect Jacques Grange. The furniture was purchased with the approval of conservative national museums, national furniture and six Parisian antique.
The events marking Castle Bagatelle
September 15, 1757, a festival was held in the castle of Bagatelle on the subject of "fair in the village." Between 1782 and 1778 years, vases and sculptures alluding to ancient times have been reported in Italy. In 1779, Bagatelle had been in possession of a bust of priestess. In 1836, she was put up for sale with its stronghold and purchased by one of the richest men in England Charles Francis Seymour.
Some essential works of Château de Bagatelle
The Château de Bagatelle contains works by François-Edme Ricois (1795-1881) who made a painting of "to Bagatelle." Also that of Pierre-Eugène Grandsire (1825-1905) who painted "Bagatelle" (Seine-Less-sic).
To complete your trip to the Château de Bagatelle, it is essential to have a means of transportation. This allows for easy travel around the fortress. Thus, we have at your disposal three kinds of comfortable and well-equipped cars. When booking, you have the choice between collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car. A driver will be at your side throughout the course.
Transfer from the Château de Bagatelle to Paris airports
The Château de Bagatelle is 20.1 kilometers from Orly Airport, 107 km from Paris Beauvais Airport and 26 km from Charles de Gaulle airport.