Let's discover this iconic chapel in Milly-la-Forêt, a testimony of the rich past of the city where Jean Cocteau is buried.
It is the irst and only museum dedicated to the firemen in Essonne.
At the heart of the Regional Natural Park of Gâtinais Français, the Glassworks of Art of Soisy sur Ecole opened its doors in 1978, created by a family of glass tradition, owner of the Glassworks "La-Rochère" since 1856.
The aerodrome of Buno Bonnevaux is one of the most important gliding center in France, not far from the forest Forêt de Fontainebleau.
Atout Branche is a sports and ludo activities fun park in Milly-la-Forêt in the heart of the National Park of the Gâtinais, a true lung in the south of Ile-de-France.
Designed and built by the municipality, located in the former barn of the country guard, the eco-museum aims to recall and present the lifestyles, historical, cultural and natural contexts of a rural village Gâtinais.
19th and 20th century collection of paintings and sculptures Temporary exhibitions
The Conservatoire National des Plantes à Parfums, Médicinales, Aromatiques et Industrielles (The National Conservatory of Plants), also called CNPMAI, of Milly-la-Forêt is an invitation to discover the relationship and interactions of the human being and nature.
Less than an hour from Paris, discover the most beautiful example of Renaissance water garden preserved today.
In 1964, the famous singer Claude François, who is looking for a peaceful place to rest, discovers a water mill of the 12th century in the pretty village of Dannemois.
A unique artistic discovery hidden in the forest of Milly-la-Forêt
The house was turned into a museum that showcases some rooms as they used to be when Jean Cocteau lived there. The visitors can dive into the mythological and baroque universe of the famous poet.