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.
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.
For unaccompanied visits of the Palace:
Go to Entrance A with your tickets.
NB: tickets purchased online do not grant priority admission.
If you have not already purchased your tickets online, go to the ticket office in the South Ministers' Wing.
For a Family Activity or Guided Tour at the Palace:
Go to the guided tour entrance in the South Ministers' Wing with your booking information.
For a Family Activity or Guided Tour at the Estate of Trianon:
Go directly to the Grand Trianon entrance or the Petit Trianon entrance, depending on the location of your tour.
Yes, you can go straight to the unaccompanied visit of the Palace (the King's Apartments, the Royal Chapel, the Hall of Mirrors, the Apartments of Mesdames and the temporary exhibitions) or the Estate of Trianon (Petit Trianon or Grand Trianon) depending on the location of your activity.
Admission to the gardens is free except on Musical Fountains Show and Musical Gardens days when an admission fee is charged (free admission for children under 6 years old).
No, you cannot book a family activity for your family only. You can, however, book a Private Tour (€1000) that allows you to customize your own personalized visit with a guide just for you and your family. For more information: +33 (0)1 30 83 77 82 - Group composition: maximum of 20 people. Bookings by email only: email@example.com
Security officers are available to assist you. The officers can be identified by their badges. They are present throughout the visit (in the courtyard, gardens, and museum entrances and exits.) A lost child can ask them for help. The child will receive immediate assistance and the officers will take the necessary measures to find the child’s chaperones. Likewise, chaperones or parents can also receive assistance from security officers if they have lost a child.
The Palace reserves the right to change or cancel activities in the event of bad weather.
You can contact the specific visitors’ department by calling +33(0)1 30 83 75 05 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on access to the Palace and possible routes for your visit.
Due to health measures, the left-luggage service will not be available until further notice.
Small bags and pushchairs are accepted in the museum. Find out more about visiting conditions on this page.
When the left luggage service is open, certain items (pushchairs, metal baby carriers, walking sticks, crutches, bulky luggage, umbrellas, etc.) are not allowed inside the rooms. To store these items and enjoy your visit at your leisure, there are free left luggage facilities at the entrances of the Versailles and Trianon Palaces.