Surrounding Château Saint Jean de Chepy with its 10 hectares, the Domaine's park is an atypical place, combining nature, art and heritage. Private property with event activity, open to visitors free of charge, subject to availability.

10 hectares of unspoiled nature, the Domaine Saint Jean de Chepy park is home to 70 works of art, mainly from the sculpture symposiums organized each year since 2007 by the ChépyTerra association. This set, supplemented by a few works on deposit, constitutes "Le Chant des sculptures" (permanent open-air exhibition).

Like the Estate, and its XNUMXth century Castle, the park bears witness to the passage of men and their various activities over the centuries. Through the Orangery, dating from the XNUMXth century and restored, as well as the Beylier turbine from the XNUMXth century, fed by the canal, traces of the industrial activity of the territory and still active today.

Crisscrossed by streams, ponds and rivers, it is also home to a very diverse fauna, which has earned it the status of biodiversity refuge LPO (League for the Protection of Birds). A protected natural area, it illustrates the Domain's commitment to sustainable development with the installation of a business apiary, honey trees and an orchard.
Thanks to this synergy between nature, art and heritage, the Domaine's park aims to become a place of disconnection and well-being, for businesses and individuals alike.

Sustainable tourism : 
The 1st "business" biodiversity refuge in Isère! The Estate is above all: a 10-hectare park a protected natural area an area protected by the Buildings of France streams, rivers and ponds Step by step, we have implemented concrete and qualitative actions that combine and take on their full coherence: 2014: creation of a shared apiary (corporate sponsorship) 2014: estate park labeled Biodiversity refuge “LPO” (Bird Protection League) – 5-year agreement 2015: creation of an organic vegetable garden with "Les Jardins du Prado" a link between Art and Nature with ArtChépy and the creation of the following works: 2014: the Nest 2015: the insect hotel 2016: The "black hole" footbridge 2018: installation of 20 "trunk hives" from the Cévennes and dug in chestnut trees - planting bee trees



  • Groups welcome
  • Business / incentive groups welcome



  • Groups welcome
  • Business / incentive groups welcome

Individual visit services

  • Unguided individual tours permanently


All year . Open Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 18 p.m.
Annual closure from December 24 to January 1.


Free access. Free visits within the limits of availability (prior call recommended).

Payment method

  • Cheque
  • Bank / credit card
  • Cash
  • Bank transfer



  • Parking
  • Coach parking
  • Bar
  • Entertainment room


  • Coach access
  • Guided tours

Activities on site

  • Temporary exhibitions
  • Evening entertainment
  • Animation

Adapted tourism

  • Wheelchair accessible with assistance

Home of animals

  • Animals accepted: No