The Castle de Compiègne remains one of the three most important French royal and imperial residences with the castles of Versailles and Fontainebleau. This large neoclassical castle built by Louis XV and Louis XVI was redeveloped under Napoleon I then Napoleon III. You can admire its interior decorations and furniture in the historic apartments of the palace. Also explore the collections of its three museums: the Museum of the Second Empire, the Museum of the Empress and the National Car Museum. Enjoy a stroll in the castle grounds de Compiègne to admire its Rose Garden.