From May 22th to October 31th 2021, enjoy the Musical Gardens from Tuesday to Friday and the Musical Fountains Shows on Saturdays and Sundays in the Gardens and the groves open for the occasion. Every Saturday night from 12th June to 18th September, and on Wednesday 14th July, discover the gardens of Versailles in the evening with the Night Fountains Shows.
From 19 June to 10 October 2021, the Palace of Versailles will have the honour of hosting “The Lalanne at Trianon” in partnership with Galerie Mitterrand. This exhibition will present works by sculptors Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne along a visit route that leads from the gardens of the Petit Trianon to the Queen's Hamlet.
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During guided tours, a speaker from the Palace invites you into lesser known locations otherwise closed to the visitors. You can also book online tours to discover the backstage of the Castle from your home!
Special opening of Napoleon Rooms
South Attic / The Palace
Life on the Estate
The Sculptures and Mouldings Gallery will be open every from 12:30 all Saturdays and Sundays this summer. It houses two major collections, comprising a series of casts from the Musée du Louvre’s cast collection and some sixty original marble statues from the Gardens.
The project to restore the Dauphin’s apartment, which has been made possible thanks to the support of several patrons, is starting in October 2020 and will last 12 months (to October 2021). This restoration project follows on from the work on the Queen’s State Apartments and the Dauphine’s apartment completed in 2019
The Chimay attic and the south attic
Saturday 2nd October 2021
Castrato Girolamo Crescentini (1762-1846) was the last true star of this voice category, which disappeared at the beginning of the 19th century. He is now embodied by a singer unequalled today for his wide vocal range, his virtuosity and expressiveness, which enable him to revive early bel canto at its peak.
Sunday October 3rd 2021
The singer Mathias Vidal is today one of the most brilliant representatives of the countertenor tessitura, and it is obviously in the great baroque works that he is most "at home". For a French singer with a passion for the 17th and 18th century repertoire, recording a recital of Rameau's Haute-Contre is a high point!