Its history is closely linked with the FAURE family, who were the owners. Nowadays, this park is a real haven of peace and a pleasure for the eyes: promenade area, children's playground, and tennis court. Free access
In 1962, the company is absorbed by Faure Arthur Martin, who will transfer the park to the city of Revin in 1972. The park is named after the mayor who was behind this acquisition.
Note the unusual presence in the park of a "Ginkgo Biloba". This tree, also known as the maidenhair tree, is among the oldest and most beautiful trees in France.
150-year-old-tree, the anonymous gardener who planted it, can not enjoy the spectacular beauty of this tree each fall.
Open all year long:
Low season (November to the end of March):From monday to friday 2pm to 5pm
Mid season (April and October): Every day from 10am to 7pm
High season (May to the end of September): Every day from 10am to 8pm