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At the 17th century. It was first a hunting lodge, then a seat of power, and finally, from the 19th century onwards, a museum. An outstanding estate composed of the Palace, the gardens, the park, the Trianon estate. Today the Estate of Versailles spreads over more than 800 hectares.

Timed Entry Ticket

  • Learn about the figures of the French monarchy, such as the legendary "Sun King"

  • Walk through the dazzling Hall of Mirrors

  • Discover formal and informal gardens in the palatial grounds

Palace and Gardens Full Access Ticket

  • Enjoy full access to the Palace and Gardens of Versailles

  • Learn more about the "Sun King" and other legends of the French Monarchy

  • Take a stroll through the formal and informal gardens and visit the private estate of Marie Antoinette

  • Watch the fountains light up to the sound of music (optional)

  • Stroll through the dazzling Hall of Mirrors


​Open from 01/01 to 31⁄12, daily between 10.30 am and 5.15 pm. Closed exceptionally on July 14th. The Eiffel Tower is open for visits up to the second floor by the stairs or by lift. Access to the top may be prohibited during harsh weather.

Château de Versailles
Place d’Armes,
78000 Versailles

Versailles Château Rive Gauche train station 10 minutes on foot to get to the Palace

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