The Palace of Versailles invites you to join its community of patrons by making a donation of 5€. In return, you will receive a Patronage Token inspired by an 18th-century original and created by French jeweler Arthus-Bertrand.
MAKE A DONATION IN A SINGLE CLICK
When buying your ticket online on the Palace of Versailles website, all you need to do is choose to make a 5€ donation. You will then receive an e-mail containing a countermark, with which you will be able to collect your patronage token at the Librairie des Princes, Palace of Versailles (see the location on the map).
Are you under 26? You already have your Palace tickets? You already have a “A year in Versailles” card? You can still make a 5€ donation and receive your patronage token by selecting a free ticket online, on the Palace of Versailles website.
SHARE WITH YOUR LOVED ONES
Offer your loved ones a visit to the Palace and Estate of Versailles, and make a donation in their name. It is the generosity of all of you, patrons, over the years, that supports our efforts and action plan to safeguard and enhance this unique world heritage that is Versailles.
By acting together to care for our heritage, we act to preserve it for future generations.
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.
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Choose the project that fits you the best among a wide range of restorations, exhibitions, acquisitions, adoptions of benches, trees, paintings...Choose your project
Become a patron
Individuals, companies, foundations, help the Palace of Versailles to shine worldwide. From just five euros, anyone can contribute to a patronage project and be part of the history of Versailles.How to become a patron