Closure of palaces

In accordance with government guidelines, the palace of Versailles and its Gardens, the Grand Trianon, the Petit Trianon and their Gardens, the Gallery of Coaches, the Sculptures and Mouldings Gallery and the Royal Tennis Court are closed to the public.

Opening of the park

However the Park is open for walks or rides, from Monday 2 November, every day from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. .

Only pedestrians and cyclists will be admitted provided they comply with government rules on going out. They can enter the park by the Queen's gate or the Saint-Anthony gate.

Last admission to the Park is at 5.30 p.m. . 

The lake of the Swiss guard and the Marly Estate are also open for walks or rides, from Monday 2 November, every day from 8 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

Please note, it is not possible to go all the way around the Grand Canal as the only exit to the Park is via the Queen's gate or the Saint-Anthony gate.

Angelina

At the Petit Trianon there is an Angelina food stand for a sweet or savoury gourmet break during your walk through the Park. From Tuesday 3 November, the stand is open every day from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Maison Angelina offers you quiches, soups, hot and cold drinks at its Petit Trianon boutique, for take-out only.
Possibility to order with collection on site at 01 39 20 91 67

 
 
 
 
 

Opening of the Marly Estate

The Marly Estate is also open for walks and rides, from Monday 3 November, everyday from 8 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. (last admission at 5 p.m.) 

Only pedestrians and cyclists can access the Marly Estate via the Bourg gate or the Royal gate, other entrances being closed. 

Make an online donation

Take part in the history of the palace of Versailles by supporting a project that suits you: adopt a linden tree, contribute to the missions of the Palace or participate in the refurnishing of the royal apartments.

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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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