Due to application of the anti-terrorist security plan, large bags and suitcases are prohibited. Automatic deposits are at your disposal to leave your personal items and luggage that do not exceed the limited format.
You can get to the Palace:
There are several paying car parks. See all the car parks on the interactive plan
Access to the Park costs €6 for a car and €30 for a coach (12 seats and above).
Access to the Park is free for pedestrians, cyclists, disabled individuals and an accompanying person (on production of proof of disability).
The Palace and Estate of Versailles are open. In compliance with government regulations, health precautions and measures to control numbers have been put in place.
Consult all the measures implemented on the page dedicated to the 2020 visiting conditions.
Children’s pushchairs and baby carriers with metal frames are not allowed in the rooms of the Palace. Animals are not permitted. Please turn off mobile phones in the rooms and no flash photography is allowed.
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Buy two train tickets (outward and return) from your departure station to the station in Versailles, or a pass (Navigo, Mobilis or Paris Visite) including zones 1 to 4 if you are travelling from Paris.
NB: the T+ ticket is not valid for this journey.
View the map showing all the stations for getting to the Estate of Versailles
The Passport ticket grants admission to the entire estate of Versailles including the palace, estate of Trianon (the Grand Trianon, the Petit Trianon and the Queen's Hamlet), the gardens and temporary exhibitions.
Please check whether you are entitled to free admission before buying your ticket.
You can buy this ticket from our online ticket office or at the ticket offices at the Palace, the Grand Trianon or the Petit Trianon.
NB: this ticket does not grant admission to the Night Fountains Show.
The Palace and Estate of Trianon are closed on Mondays
Opening times vary depending on the location and time of year. The Palace and the Estate of Trianon are closed on Mondays.
From the Palace:
You can enter the gardens through the Princes' Courtyard, next to Entrance A of the Palace.
From the Park:
You can access the gardens via two entrances:
NB: admission to the Gardens is charged on Musical Fountains Show and Musical Gardens days. Find out more
The Park surrounding the Grand Canal is free and open daily (except in extreme weather conditions: snow, strong winds, etc.) and can be accessed via the gardens or the city. You may visit the park on foot, horseback, by boat, Segway®, with an electric vehicle or on the little train. Vehicles must pay a fee to enter the Park (€3 for motorcycles, €6 for cars, €30 for coaches) except for disabled people upon presentation of proof of disability. Parking spaces are available at the Grand Canal, at the entrance to the Petit Trianon, the Grand Trianon and the Queen's Hamlet.
From the city, three entrances provide direct access to the park, depending on what you want to see:
You can reach the Park from the Palace by crossing the gardens on foot and going through the Petite Venise Gate.
NB: admission to the gardens is charged on Musical Fountain Show and Musical Gardens days. You cannot cross the gardens on these dates without paying the entrance fee.
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Automatic deposits are at your disposal to leave your personal items and luggage that do not exceed the limited format. Nevertheless, pushchairs are accepted in the museum. Find out more about visiting conditions on this page
A little train provides a shuttle service between the Palace and the Estate of Trianon, and stops at both the Petit Trianon and the Grand Trianon (full price: €6.90; concessions: €5.30; train-versailles.com).
Electric vehicles are available and accessible for people with reduced mobility, allowing you to travel independently and including five suggested routes from the South Terrace (discover the gardens, Trianon and the Queen's Hamlet, tour of the Grand Canal, explore the Estate: €30 per hour).
There are many options for buying refreshments and souvenirs throughout the gardens and Trianon palaces.
You can also buy gifts and extend your Versailles experience on our online shop. Choose from a selection of books, jewellery and other items inspired by the Palace’s collections and exhibitions.
Where can I have a picnic?
Picnics are not allowed in the Versailles gardens. Picnics are only allowed in the Park, where there are several dining areas available. You can also picnic at the Lake of the Swiss Guard (located outside the estate and accessible on foot from the Palace - opposite the Orangery).