From the seat of power to a museum of the history of France
A place of intimacy
The art of perspective
A haven of greenery
The Sculptures and Mouldings Gallery, located in the Small Stables, opens its doors, free of charge, from 12.30 pm to 6.30 pm every day of the week (except Mondays) for the duration of the Architecture and Landscape Biennial. Discover a series of casts from the Musée du Louvre’s cast collection and some original marble statues from the Gardens.
From April 1st
On 20 June 1789, the Royal Tennis Court of Versailles played a major part in French history. From being a royal sports hall during the reign of Louis XIV, it became synonymous with the foundation of French democracy and will be forever linked to a key episode in the French Revolution.
The Palace of Versailles invites a wildlife photographer, Jérémie Villet to capture Versailles' wildlife. The photographer sets out on the trail of the animals of the Palace of Versailles. An exclusive broadcast on Instagram will present his work from 5 to 25 June 2022.
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The official Palace of Versailles app.
The free application of the Palace offers audio tours to accompany your visit to the Estate (Palace, Gardens, Trianon Estate, etc.) as well as an interactive map.More information
22,000 artworks to discover online
With 60,000 artworks, collections of Versailles illustrate 5 centuries of French History. This set reflects the dual vocation of the Palace once inhabited by the sovereigns and then a museum dedicated "to all the glories of France" inaugurated by Louis-Philippe in 1837.