Since the nineteenth century, many have made the choice and commitment to preserve and promote the palace of Versailles. Get down in History yourself by supporting the project that suits you.
Projects to be funded
A large-scale restoration thanks to the patronage of the Philanthropia Foundation. Undertaken by Jules Hardouin-Mansart in 1687 and completed in 1710 by Robert de Cotte, the Royal Chapel of Versailles is probably the most advanced expression of the great royal style Louis XIV commissioned.
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.More information
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