The Palace of Versailles and Orange allow you to discover the gardens of Versailles, the symbols of French-style gardens and the masterpieces of their creator, André le Nôtre.
This app can be used on location or from a distance.
Let yourself be guided through the gardens of Versailles.
Thanks to the 3D map and the geolocation feature, you will never miss a point of interest of the gardens and you will never get lost. As you being to walk, the app will offer audio commentary and videos prepared by curators, gardeners, engineers and architects of Versailles.
Deepen your visit upon request
Discover the many complimentary features of the app, including the original viez of the author Erik Orsenna on the gardens and the explanations of the artist Giuseppe Penone on his contemporary art exposition in the gardens.
Your children become Master-Fontainiers
An approximate one hour long route specially created for children allows them to discover the gardens, along the circuit of the fontainiers of Versailles. If they complete all the tasks,they'll receive a Master-Fontainier diploma.
This app was created in partnership with .
After more than three years of restoration work, the Queen’s State Apartment is being reopened to the public, providing a great opportunity to revisit three of the Palace of Versailles’ key female characters: Marie-Antoinette, who lived in the Queen’s State Apartment, Marie Leszczynska and Madame de Maintenon.
From the 4th of May to the 3rd of August 2019, the Upper Stone Gallery of the Palace of Versailles will be presenting a unique collection of architectural projects, which were developed for the Palace and its gardens between the 17th and 19th centuries.