What is the difference between the Musical Gardens, the Musical Fountains Show, and the Fountains Night Show ?
The Musical Gardens, the Musical Fountains Show, and the Fountains Night Show are musical walks in the Gardens.
The groves, usually closed to the public are accessible at these events.
- Musical Gardens : During the day - Groves open ; Baroque music playing in the gardens ( no Water displays) ;
- Musical Fountains Show : During the day - Groves open ; Baroque music playing in the gardens ; Fountain displays ;
- Fountains Night Show : At nightfall - Groves open ; Baroque music playing in the gardens ; Fountain displays ; Lightening effects ; Fireworks
You can buy a package Fountain Night Show + the Royal Serenade in the Hall of Mirors. Find out more.
Access to the Fountains shows and the Musical Gardens is included in Passport tickets (1 or 2 days).
If you benefit from free admission for the Palace and the Trianon Estate, the reduced rate of the Passport with timed entry (10 euros) allows people aged 6 to 17 years old outside the European Union and people aged 6 to 25 who are residents of the European Union (upon presentation of the exemption of entrance fees during access control) to benefit from priority access to the Castle (according to the schedule). It also includes access to the Fountains Shows or the Musical Gardens.
To only access the Gardens, you also have the possibility to buy tickets for the Fountains Shows and the Musical Gardens, online or on site, at the entrance of the Gardens: from the Palace by the Princes’ Courtyard or from the Park by the Queen Gate.