What there is to know

This 7600 m² park is known for its Lions fountain. It was made in 1810 and restored in 1995; it consists of a 145 m² pool, decorated with lions spouting water.

These lions are replicas of those from the East tower of the temple of Nectanebo I at Saqqara (Egypt) and exhibited at the Louvre (Fourth Century BC.).

There are two other copies in Rome’s Vatican Museum. In the 1950s, the lions were removed from the front of the French Academy, acquired by the city and erected in this square.


    • 67, rue de Silly
      92100 Boulogne Billancourt

      District 2 - Silly - Gallieni

      Metro Station : Billancourt (Line 9)
      Bus - Line 160 : stop André-Morizet
      Bus (free service) : stop André-Morizet (North Loop)
    • Spring (from March 1st to May 14th) :
      From 9.30am to 7pm

      Summer (from May 15th to September 15th) :
      From 9.30am to 8pm

      Autumn (from September 16th to October 31st) :
      From 9.30am to 7pm

      Winter (from November 1st to February 2nd) :
      From 9.30am to 6pm

      Outside these hours, access is restricted to residents.
    • GPSO : +33 (0) 800 10 10 21

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      - Toilets