Park of Emonville and Gardens of Carmel Property at the 19th century of the family abbevilloise Foucques d'Emonville. Arthur Foucques d'Emonville, botanist and collector of camelias, made build in 1861 within Mr. Lefuel, the architect of the Louvre, a private mansion called of Emonville and some greenhouses essential to its plantations. A its death, its nephews sold the property at the town of Abbeville. One of the greenhouses assigned to the municipal service of the plantations probably dates from Foucques. Today, the park, opened with the public, counts more than one ten rare species among which Liriodendron Tulipifera or Tulipier of Virginia, Laburnum Alpinium, Liquidambar Styraciflua, Gingko Biloba, the Sequoia Giganteum, the Cedar of Lebanon... majority of these trees being old of more than 150 years.