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Palace of Versailles Calendar

Due to the bad weather, the Gardens and Park of Versailles and Marly close at 10:30 am today Thursday 22nd of Febuary. The Estate of Trianon is closed all day. The coach Gallery and the Palace of Versailles are open. 
Buy your ticket online and avoid waiting times.
Due to the vigipirate plan, additional security measures are in place.

23rd

Friday
February
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

24th

Saturday
February
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

25th

Sunday
February
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

26th

Monday

February

Closed all Mondays

Gardens and Park open

27th

Tuesday
February
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

28th

Wednesday
February
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

29th

Thursday
February
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

1st

Friday
March
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

2nd

Saturday
March
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

3rd

Sunday
March
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

4th

Monday

March

Closed all Mondays

Gardens and Park open

5th

Tuesday
March
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

6th

Wednesday
March
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

7th

Thursday
March
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

8th

Friday
March
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

9th

Saturday
March
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

10th

Sunday
March
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

11th

Monday

March

Closed all Mondays

Gardens and Park open

12th

Tuesday
March
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

13th

Wednesday
March
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

14th

Thursday
March
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

15th

Friday
March
Attendance: low

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

16th

Saturday
March
Attendance: average

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

17th

Sunday
March
Attendance: average

Exhibition Horace Vernet

Exhibitions

1 guided tour

18th

Monday

March

Closed all Mondays

Gardens and Park open

19th

Tuesday
March
Attendance: low

1 guided tour

20th

Wednesday
March
Attendance: low

1 guided tour

21st

Thursday
March
Attendance: low

1 guided tour

22nd

Friday
March
Attendance: low

1 guided tour

23rd

Saturday
March
Attendance: average

1 guided tour

What's on ?

Life on the Estate

Every weekend

Special opening of The Royal Tennis Court

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.

Digital

Prepare your visit

Palace of Versailles App

The free app is available for both smartphones and tablets. It includes the audio tours of the Palace, the Gardens, the Trianon Estate and the Gallery of Coaches. It includes also an interactive map of the Estate.

Free access

From Saturday February 10th until Sunday February the 25th.

Opening of the Gallery of Coaches

Located in the the Great Stables of the Palace of Versailles, the Gallery of Coaches opens its doors to all, free of charge, every Saturday and Sunday afternoon from 12.30pm to 5.30pm.

Expositions

5 february 2022 - 5 june 2022

The recovered masterpieces

The Palace of Versailles is presenting two masterpieces of 18th-century sculpture, commissioned by Louis XIV and Louis XV respectively: Zéphyr, Flore et l’Amour, and L'Abondance. These works, recently rediscovered and identified after many years of searching, and are now entering the Palace of Versailles’ collections. The exhibition is an opportunity to retrace the unique journey of these works, from their creation to their entrance in the national collections.