In accordance with government directives, the Palace of Versailles, the Grand and the Petit Trianon are closed. 
Visitors who have purchased a ticket for this time will be reimbursed. 

From November 2nd, in accordance with measures set out by the French Ministry of Culture for the opening of heritage parks, the park of Versailles, the lake of the Swiss Guard and the Estate of Marly will be open to walking from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cars are not allowed. 
Only pedestrians and cyclists will be admitted in the Park provided their compliance with government circulation rules. Access to the Park will be possible only by the Queen's gate and the Saint Anthony gate
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The Palace

From the seat of power to a museum of the history of France


The estate of Trianon

A place of intimacy


The Gardens

The art of perspective


The Park

A haven of greenery

Open from 8:00 am to 6:00 pmAttendance: low

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The official Palace of Versailles app.

The app includes the audioguide tour of the Palace and an interactive map of the Estate. It can be used without an Internet connection.

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22,000 artworks to discover online

With 60,000 artworks, collections of Versailles illustrate 5 centuries of French History. This set reflects the dual vocation of the Palace once inhabited by the sovereigns and then a museum dedicated "to all the glories of France" inaugurated by Louis-Philippe in 1837.

Le serment du Jeu de Paume, 20 juin 1789

1791 - 1792 — Jacques-Louis David

Le serment du Jeu de Paume, 20 juin 1789
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1701 — Hyacinthe RIGAUD

Louis XIV
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1783 — Élisabeth Vigée Lebrun

Portrait de Marie-Antoinette
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1665 — Gian-Lorenzo Bernini, dit (le) Bernin

Buste de Louis XIV
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1777 — Michel-Barthélémy Ollivier

Souper du prince
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