The Palace of Versailles, the Grand and the Petit Trianon, the Park and Gardens are open.  
Booking a time slot is mandatory to access the Palace. Every visitor must have a ticket, including visitors eligible for free admission or reduced rate and even children. 
Conditions to access the estate of Versailles and all opening times.

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Which train stations can I get off at for the Palace of Versailles?

What are the conditions for free admission (young people, teachers, jobseekers, disabled people etc.)?

On which French national holidays is Versailles open to the public?

What are the health precautions in place for visiting the Palace of Versailles in perfect safety?

What are the opening times for the Palace of Versailles, the Estate of Trianon and the Park?

What is the ideal route for visiting Versailles?

When is the best time to visit Versailles?

How do I get to the Estate of Trianon?

Are pushchairs allowed inside the Palace?

Is there a map to help prepare my visit and locate all the services?

Where are the entrances to the gardens?

Where are the entrances to the Park?

What services and assistance is available to help disabled people during their visit?

Are all parts of the Estate accessible for disabled people?

Are there bag deposits available for me to leave my things?

How can I travel round the estate? Where can I find refreshments? Where can I buy souvenirs?

Are the groves always open? How can I visit them?

Where can I get my audioguide from?

Are animals allowed at Versailles?

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