900 employees work every day at the Palace of Versailles. The wide variety of jobs, the dynamism of the training policy and the professional pathways allow each of them to express their talents. The agents of the Palace are civil servants employed by the Ministry of Culture and Communication or contract workers of the establishment. The Public Institution of the Palace of Versailles is also engaged in insertion and training programmes for young people through apprenticeship contracts and training courses.
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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.