Boussard Park - Lardy (91) - Essonne - Ile-de-France - France

Boussard Park Lardy - Essonne (91) - Ile-de-France - France

Boussard Park, a grand architect's work, is one of the few Art Deco gardens of the twenties and thirties, which makes it so exceptional.
Its conception is conforming to architectural tendencies of this time, which wanted ”arts for everybody”, creating beautiful things with simple and economical materials and plants.
Its second characteristic is being a garden of sunshine, created in a green environment. The centre is like a sun flooded theatre, with a simple water course in the background, and then a rectilinear water arrangement, like in Moorish gardens in Spain. Created in : 1927
Surface : 5 ha

  • Opening 2018 :
    Every day, from 8.00 am with 6.00 pm. in the winter and 8.00 am with 6.00 pm. in the summer.
    Free visits.
  • Visits :
    Unguided visits.
    Guided visits .
    Access partially adapted for disabled persons.
  • Access :
    To take the direction of Lardy ”Bourg”. Parking places ”Rue de Verdun” or parking on the place of the church.
    GPS (Lat x Long) : 48.522368000, 2.264565000