- Parking in front of the Palace
The car park on the Place d’Armes, located opposite the Palace, is open 24-hours-a-day and free parking spots (upon presentation of proof of eligibility) are reserved exclusively for you.
You can park or be dropped off near entrance B, in the Palace’s Cour d’Honneur, upon presentation of a disability card or a GIC/GIG (civilian or military disability) paper.
- Parking in the Park
You can also access the Park through the Estate’s different gates (Grille de la Reine and Grille Saint Antoine). An alleyway is reserved to coach parking near the Grand Canal. Parking areas for individual cars are available near the Grand Canal, at the Grand Trianon, the Petit Trianon and the Queen’s Hamlet
You can also access the Park under the same conditions (free of charge upon presentation of proof of eligibility) to be dropped off or park near the Grand Canal, in front of the Grand Trianon, Petit Trianon or Marie-Antoinette’s Hamlet.
Access to the Park is possible through the Grille de la Reine or Grille Saint Antoine.
- Practical information
A central pedestrian trail from the Grille d’Honneur gives you easier access to the Royal Gate and till entrance A.
Access for guide dogs and animal educators accompanying disabled people is authorised upon presentation of proof of eligibility.
Entrance A is reserved to individual visitors with tickets or beneficiaries of free admission.
Entrance B is for groups who have reserved a visit or an activity.