The park of château Champs-sur-Marne is one of the most beautiful gardens in the Ile-de-France region. The formal French garden and the English garden cover 85 hectares.
The formal French Garden was designed around 1710 by Claude Desgot nephew and pupil of Le Nôtre a famous landscape gardener and creator of the Versailles gardens.
The English Gardens are formed around wide lawns, decorated with sculptures and offer a great variety of trees. There are black Austrian Pine trees, Redwood trees, very old lime trees and many other species which the visitors may discover.