Between 1897 and 1899, the industrial sponsor Aimé Gros Schlumberger asked the Parisian landscape architect Edouard André to create a public park that is "a place of leisure but also of education and an introduction to botany"; it combines floral compositions and several exotic species. The park is still adorned with a Renaissance well and a large fountain, a bandstand and a bench exedra, a copy of the one on which Sarah Bernhardt sat in the Théodora play.
- Altitude : 200m
- Distance to the nearest station (km) : 10
- Type of visits proposed : Free visit
- Restaurant on site : Yes