Today, the chateau is a popular place for visitors to explore. I read that if you walk the gardens too long and become too exhausted, a horse drawn carriage may just give you a tour back to the chateau where peacocks freely roam the grounds. It sounds like quite the adventure. . . .
I did locate one truly excellent article about Fontainebleau that covers works held in the library from days gone by. See: http://writingren.blogspot.com/2012/07/a-king-and-his-books-libraries-of.html. Beyond that, does anyone know whether this library still houses works and if so, how many and covering what general subject areas? I would be curious to know.