In accordance with government guidelines, the Palace of Versailles and its Gardens, the Grand Trianon, the Petit Trianon and their Gardens are closed to the public. However, the park of Versailles, the lake of the Swiss Guard and the Estate of Marly are open for walks and rides. Conditions to access the estate of Versailles

We remain at your disposal by e-mail at mecenat@chateauversailles.fr .

Patronage plays an essential role in promoting the palace of Versailles. It extends to all areas of activity, allowing an alliance of generosities and passions that grows from year to year. Whatever the amount of your support, there will always be a project within your reach.

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Contacts

Aurélie Gevrey-Dubois
aurelie.gevrey-dubois@chateauversailles.fr
 + 33 (0) 1 30 83 77 04 

Marion Hugues-Andrieu
marion.hugues@chateauversailles.fr
+ 33 (0) 1 30 83 71 93

Oriane Sarda
oriane.sarda@chateauversailles.fr
+ 33 (0) 1 30 83 77 70

Sixtine Verpiot
sixtine.verpiot@chateauversailles.fr
+ 33 (0) 1 30 83 84 49

Patronage, to accompany those who make Versailles alive 

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Emergency campaign

Make a donation to help the Palace of Versailles cope with an unprecedented economic crisis.

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Replant the linden tree Alley

Adopt a linden tree online and contribute to the replanting of the linden tree Alley at the Mortemets, to bring the royal perspectives back to life in the park of Versailles.

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Refurnish the royal apartments

Make an online donation to participate in the acquisition and restoration of the furniture and works of art that give the Palace its unique atmosphere, bth lavish and full of life.

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Adopt a Virginia tulip tree

By adopting one or several Virginia tulip trees, you will participate to the restoration of the plants in the Queen's Grove.

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The history of patronage at Versailles

The history of patronage

As a longstanding tradition, patronage has helped Versailles shine worldwide. This movement still goes on today, in various areas of activity, and grows from year to year.

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