View over the Jardin de l'Orangerie from the flowerbeds.
- Louis XIV
- Louis XV
- Louis XVI
- Neo classique
- Arts décoratifs
- Décors intérieurs
- Instruments et objets d'art
- Objets d'art
- Salles de réception
Epoque des collections
- Baroque (XVIe - XVIIe)
- Rococo (XVIIIe)
- Néoclassicisme (XVIIIe - XIXe)
- Romantisme (XVIIIe - XIXe)
- Réalisme (XIXe)
- Impressionnisme (XIXe)
- Symbolisme (XIXe)
Services and facilities of the establishment
- Educational activities
- Gift shop
- Member of the Paris Museum Pass
- Car park/Parking
- Coach park
- Visitor tools
- Free Wifi
Documentation in a foreign language
Visitor toolsAudioguides available in French (for children 8 years and above), English, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Mandarin, Korean and Portuguese as well as a video guide in French sign language (grand apartments only). Unavailable on the 1st Sunday of each month from 1 November to 31 March.
Educational activitiesPassport (unlimited access to all areas of the Palace and the Estate of Marie-Antoinette) : all year: €20 - Musical Fountain Shows or Musical Gardens: €27
Combined ticketsAcademy of equestrian shows
RestaurantGrand Café d'Orléans: Closed on Mondays. Open according to chateau opening hours. Food to eat in or take away. The Angelina restaurant (perfect for groups): Open according to chateau opening hours, accessible at the end of the tour of the Grands Appartements. La Flautille (Grand Canal): Open everyday from 8.30am to 7.30pm. Food to eat in or take away. Late opening possible upon reservation. La Petite Venise: Restaurant with Italian specialities and take-away. Organization of seminars. Open every day from 9.30am to 5.30pm. The Brasserie de la Girandole and the Buvette du Dauphin serve light snacks in high season. Angelina tea room in the Estate of Marie-Antoinette, at the entrance to the Petit Trianon. Ore by Ducasse
Coach parkPlace d'Armes, Grand Trianon, Petit Trianon.
Prices and times
Entrance fees and modalities
Estate of Trianon ticket (Petit Trianon, Grand Trianon, temporary exhibitions in the Grand Trianon, gardens - when there are no Musical Fountain Shows or Musical Gardens events - park, Gallery of Coaches): €12
Passport (access to whole site): €20 (when there are no Musical Fountain Shows or Musical Gardens events) or €27 (when there are Musical Fountain Shows or Musical Gardens events)
Group tour€15 per person if accompanied by a tourist guide. For booking details, please refer to the 'Professionals' section of our website www.chateauversailles.fr. For information on guided tours and bookings, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free for European Union nationals under 26, primary and secondary school teachers (except temporary exhibitions).
Free for job seekers and people on French welfare benefits.
Free for young people and childrenUnder 18s
Methods of payment
- JCB card
- Traveler's Cheques
- Chèque Vacances
Other methods of payment: Numéraire
Palace: Tuesday-Sunday 9am-5.30pm
Estate of Trianon: Tuesday-Sunday 12pm-5.30pm
Gallery of Coaches: Tuesday-Sunday 12.30pm-5.30pm
Gardens & Park: Every day 8am-6pm
April to October
Palace: Tuesday-Sunday 9am-6.30pm
Estate of Trianon: Tuesday-Sunday 12pm-6.30pm
Gallery of Coaches: Tuesday-Sunday 12.30pm-6.30pm
Gardens & Park: 8am-8.30pm (gardens) or 7am-8.30pm (park)
- Ascension Day
- 8 May
- 14 July
- 15 August
- 1 November
- 11 November
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Château de Versailles
RER - Versailles - Rive Gauche
SNCF - Versailles - Chantiers
Bus - 171
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
- Adapted activities and visits
- Loan of wheelchairs
- Free admission for disabled visitors on presentation of proof
- Free admission for the accompanying person
- Priority admission
Do not hesitate to ask for advice or information about your visit from welcome and security staff. They will be able to let you enter via more easily-accessible routes closed to the general public.
- The parterres and groves are currently inaccessible from the terraces of the Palace of Versailles;
- To reach the Versailles gardens and explore its paths and groves, you must access the park via the Queen's Gate.
- Free entry to the park can be granted upon presentation of a French 'Carte Invalidité' or 'Carte Mobile' or a GIC/GIC card (disabled parking card)
- Disabled parking spaces are available near the restaurant La Flotille and the Neptune Fountain
- Main entrance; priority access; Entrance A; to your left above the Court of Honour
- Individual visitors with entry tickets are welcomed at the Dufour Pavilion; this Pavilion is accessible to people with reduced mobility (disabled toilets on the lower-ground floor, accessible by lift, lowered welcome desk, tactile maps, left-luggage office, shop, etc.)
- For visitors using the lift, it is strongly advised to go in backwards to make it easier to get out on the lower-ground floor
- For individual visitors without a ticket, tickets can be bought in the South Ministers' Wing (ramp access)
- To visit the gardens, electric shuttle cars (not accessible to electric wheelchairs) are available at a reduced price (driving license required); the little train is not accessible to wheelchair users, reduced price
- 'Palace of Versailles' app available on iPhone and Android offers location tracking as well as cultural content
- Entrance doors are always left open
- Left-luggage office accessible thanks to Palace staff
- 20 wheelchairs for hire from the Palace; these wheelchairs can only be used for visiting the inside of the Palace
- Vehicles running on liquified petroleum gas (LPG) are not permitted in the main courtyard of the Palace of Versailles
- Adapted sanitary facilities equipped with a transfer bar and a wash handbasin with a hollowed-out lower part.
- Entrance on the same level or with a sloping plane.
- The Palace of Versailles is offering a programme of tours in French Sign Language for individual visitors in late April 2019 and early July 2019
- Tickets can be booked directly on the Palace of Versailles website: http://en.chateauversailles.fr/plan-your-visit/tickets-and-prices?public=12&visite-tid=2
- Booking online is required, click on 'reserve by email'
- Reception equipped with a magnetic induction loop.
- Lift with visual and/or sound announcement with magnetic induction loop.
- Luminous flash coupled with the audible fire alarm (where a deaf person may be alone as a toilet).
- Presence of a tactile model of the building, the wings of the Grand Common and the courtyards in the Etats Généraux hall.
- The Dufour Pavilion, is the reception area for individual visitors with tickets.
- In this pavilion, a tactile orientation map is at your disposal.
- Do not hesitate to ask for the audio guide as an audio description of the 1st room only will give you a better understanding of the tactile frieze. - This audio guide does not include a guide aid.
- Introduction to the visit, a self-guided tour of the History Gallery of the Palace, located at the beginning of the tour, this gallery is made up of 11 rooms.
- It retraces the history of the Palace through the centuries.
- A tactile device with samples of materials is available in the first room.
- Transparent glass doors/walls with contrasting elements
- Absence of obstacles to the face when circulating (screens, wall lights, underside of stairs, etc.).
- Stairs with tactile and visual contrast before the first descending step, continuous handrail, and contrasting stair nosing.
Lift with adapted control keyboard (raised and/or Braille keys) and sound-proofed cabin with floor announced.
- Specific visits programmed
- Trained/informed staff