In the Gilded Era, East Coast elite families built summer residences in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. Here are 12 of those estates you can visit today.
Ever wondered what it was like to travel in style during the time of Louis XIV? A fabulous new exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Arras displaying carriages, sedan chairs, sleighs and art on loan from the Chateau de Versailles, will show you.
Spend a magical night of music, light shows and fireworks at the gardens of Versailles this summer.
The Dîner en Blanc Paris threw its last event for the year at Versailles on Friday night.
Occasionally, while walking in Paris one gets a glimpse of the courtyards that lie behind the uniform facades and intimidating doors that define the streets of the city. Reid Hall, located just by the Luxembourg Gardens, is an example of a private courtyard with a mixed industrial and aristocratic history. And, because it's a school - you can visit!