No, that’s not Versailles shown here. It’s the Chateau Vaux-le-Vicomte, completed in 1661 southeast of Paris, whose lavish gardens inspired the ones at Versailles. The current owners of this chateau are celebrating the 400th anniversary of the birth of landscape architect André Le Nôtre, who designed the gardens. King Louis XIV was so taken with the grounds that he commissioned Le Nôtre for his palace at Versailles. The anniversary celebration includes a new exhibition at the chateau and two tours of the gardens.