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A magnificent palace built by King Louis XIV, the Palace of Versailles is perhaps the most extravagant symbol of royalty in the whole of Europe. Also a powerful symbol of the French Monarchy, it boasts decadent architecture, extensive gardens, and whimsical fountains. Here’s everything you need to know about the Palace of Versailles.

Post Covid-19 Safety Measures and New Rules at the Palace of Versailles

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Palace of Versailles has enforced several safety measures:
  • To ensure maximum safety, all visitors must wear masks within the venue.
  • A maximum of 500 people will be allowed entry into the castle at any given point of time.
  • Visitors should follow the markings on the ground and maintain a distance of one meter from each other.
  • The smaller venues such as the Petit Trianon, the King's private apartments, and the Opera will be open for guided tours only.
  • Entrances and exits are separate and clearly marked at the Palace of Versailles and on the Trianon Estate.

Versailles Ticket and Tour Options Explained

All visitors are requested to make advance bookings before visiting the Palace of Versailles. While booking, you will be asked to select an entry timing of your convenience from all the available time slots, which will ensure that there is no overcrowding at the gates. All visitors are required to arrive on time and wear masks for the entire duration of their visit. Please note that a COVID-19 help desk has been set up at the South Ministers’ Wing. Visitors can visit the same regarding all COVID-19 related queries.
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With this Versailles ticket, you can access and explore all the major parts of the Castle, Carrosses Gallery, Park, and Gardens (except on show days). Your complimentary audio guide will demystify some of the Palace’s most popular attractions as you explore highlights such as the Hall of Mirrors and the Carrosses Gallery. 
Please note that in light of the coronavirus crisis, the Palace of Versailles is functioning under reduced capacities. A maximum of 500 people is allowed into the museum at one time. Visitors should maintain 1-meter distance at all times, for which markings have been made on the ground.

Why go for these tickets?

  • Gain access to and enjoy the Castle, Carrosses Gallery, Park & Gardens at your own pace. 
  • The complimentary audio guide that comes in 10 different languages will help you understand more about each of these attractions.

Recommended Experiences

Tour the Grand Apartments and visit the famous Hall of Mirrors at your own pace. Your complimentary audio guide will provide you with all the relevant information you need for an immersive experience.
With the Palace of Versailles Priority Access Ticket, you can gain access to the Castle, Carrosses Gallery, Park, and Gardens, even on show days. These tickets allow you to bypass queues. Once inside, you can explore the palace and its surroundings at your own pace.
Please keep in mind that as part of the social distancing measures, there are separate entrances and exits for both the Palace of Versailles and the Trianon Estate. Visitors are requested to enter through the Grand Trianon and exit through the Petit Trianon.

Why go for these tickets?

  • These Versailles tickets come with priority access which allows you instant entry into one of the most popular attractions of France.
  • Gain access to all the must-see attractions of Versailles, including the Castle, Carrosses Gallery, Park & Gardens. 

Recommended Experiences

Your priority access Versailles ticket allows you to head past the ticket box office and entry line. Begin your tour by exploring the ornate King's State Apartments.
Undoubtedly one of the best ways to discover the palace, a Palace of Versailles Guided tour will allow you to make the most of your visit. Your professional guide will take you around each and every attraction, making sure that you learn all about the history of the palace. 
Please note that until further notice, closed spaces such as the Petit Trianon, the King's private apartments and the Opera will be accessible only via guided tours.

Why go for these tickets?

  • Experience the best of Versailles with access to the Castle, Carrosses Gallery, Park & Gardens.
  • These tickets come with a professional guide who will take you around the estate, making your experience a hassle-free one.

Recommended Experiences

Allow your professional guide to escort you past the entry lines and witness the most famous places within the Castle and the Carrosses Gallery. Begin your visit with the ornate King and Queen's State Apartments as your guide regales you with stories of the French monarchy. 
Enjoy unlimited access to the entire royal estate with your Versailles Passport ticket. While you can only visit the Royal Apartments, Hall of Mirrors, and the gardens with a standard entry ticket, a Passport ticket also gives you access to otherwise restricted areas like Marie Antoinette’s Estate, as well as the Musical Garden shows.

Why go for these tickets?

  • Enjoy access to Marie Antoinette’s Estate and the Musical Garden shows which you cannot access with a basic Versailles ticket.
  • This ticket gives you access to the Palace, the Estate of Trianon, temporary exhibitions, the gardens and Park, the Musical Fountains Show and Musical Gardens along with the Gallery of Coaches.

Recommended Experiences

Explore the Royal Estate with this immersive experience and learn more about King Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette.
If you are looking for an immersive experience, you can opt for an all-inclusive tour of the palace that includes both pick-up and drop from Paris city center. While these tickets might be more expensive than the standard entry tickets, they will also include transportation and a professional guide who will show you around the estate. These day-long tours are the best option if you have limited time in the city and would like to see more of Paris.

Why go for these tickets?

  • Enjoy an all-inclusive and immersive experience with Palace of Versailles Tour From Paris
  • Your professional guide will help you in making the most of the tour by providing you with fascinating tidbits regarding these attractions. 
  • Enjoy comfortable and hassle-free transfers to and from the city center. 

Recommended Experiences

Make your way to central Paris and meet your hostess who will escort you to your train and accompany you to Versailles. After exploring the palace and the gardens, you get to experience the coveted Musical Fountain Show and the Musical Gardens Show as well. 

Plan Your Visit

The Palace of Versailles draws in approximately 10 million visitors every year. Visiting the magnificent palace can become overwhelming due to its vastness and popularity. Here is all the information you need to make your visit a seamless one.
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What are the opening hours of the Palace of Versailles?
The Palace of Versailles is open on Tue-Sun between 9:00 AM - 6.30 PM during the high season (April to October) and between 9:00 AM - 5.30 PM during the low season (November to March).
When is the Palace of Versailles closed?
The Versailles Palace is closed every Monday, 25 December and 1 January.
How long does it take to tour Versailles?
It takes at least 2-3 hours to see the main palace. Keep aside one hour for the elaborate gardens and 2 hours for Marie Antoinette’s Estate.
How do I get to the Palace of Versailles?
It takes around 40 minutes to reach the Palace of Versailles from Paris. You could choose to travel from Paris to Versailles by train, bus, car, or opt for a convenient guided tour that includes round trip transportation.
How do I get to Versailles by train?
There are three train stations in Versailles, the closest of which is the Versailles Château Rive Gauche. The RER C line will take you to the Versailles Château-Rive Gauche stop.
You can catch your train back to Paris from the same stop. The last train from Versailles Rive Gauche railway station departs at 11:55 PM. 
Nearest Metro Station: Versailles Château Rive Gauche
Can I get to the Palace of Versailles by bus?
Yes. If you choose to travel by bus, you can board bus no. 171 from the Pont de Sèvres stop and get down at the Château de Versailles.
What facilities does the Palace of Versailles have?
The Palace of Versailles has two free WiFi areas, mobile charging stations, baby changing facilities and lockers.
Are the luggage facilities at the Palace of Versailles free?
Yes. The luggage facilities at the Palace of Versailles are free and can be used to store items like baby carriers, suitcases, umbrellas etc.
Is Versailles wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the Palace of Versailles is wheelchair accessible.

Explore the Palace of Versailles

With its extraordinary architecture, ornate interiors and elaborate gardens, the Palace of Versailles is an elaborate complex that attracts between 8 and 10 million visitors each year. Read on to find out what makes it one of the most popular attractions in France.
The Palace
The principal residence of French royalty, the Palace of Versailles was initially a hunting lodge commissioned for King Louis XIII. It was only in 1682 that King Louis XIII’s son King Louis XIV decided to move the political headquarters from Paris to Versailles. From incredible works of art to extraordinary architecture, there is much to see at Versailles. The palace is elaborate with 2,300 rooms and houses many attractions such as Grand Apartments, Hall of Mirrors, Royal Chapel, Royal Opera, and Congress Hall. 
The Gardens
Spanning over 230 acres, the Gardens of Versailles is as elaborate as the palace itself. With more than 50 fountains, 620 water jets, hundreds of sculptures, 200,000 trees and 210,000 flowers, it is indeed a sight to behold. Designed by André Le Nôtre, these colossal gardens offer a splendid sight. 
Fountain Shows
During the months from April to October, the gardens of Versailles are lit up with musical fountain shows. An incredible combination of music and fountain displays, these shows are not to be missed. Watching the waters come alive as they groove to the rhythm of Baroque style music is a very unique experience. 
Estate of Trianon
Home to the Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon palaces, the Estate of Trianon is a more intimate complex located near the main palace. Queen Marie-Antoinette spent a substantial amount of time here. Complete with carefully landscaped gardens, rustic cottages and beautiful facades, the Estate of Trianon is truly worth visiting.  
Carrosses Gallery
Created by Louis-Philippe, the Carrosses Gallery or the Gallery of Coaches houses a valuable collection of carriages, sleds, cars and harnesses. Here, you will also find the famous carriage used for the coronation of Charles X.
Versailles FAQs
Is it safe to visit the Versailles post-COVID-19?
To ensure the safety of its visitors, the Palace of Versailles now accepts only online reservations. Several safety measures and guidelines have also been enforced to ensure the safety of its visitors.
Are there any new rules and regulations while visiting the Versailles palace in light of the coronavirus crisis?
  • Visitors will be allowed onto the premises in fixed time slots.
  • Entrances and exits are separate and clearly marked at the Palace of Versailles and on the Trianon Estate.
  • Only a maximum of 10 visitors will be allowed per group for guided tours.
Are online Versailles tickets available now?
Yes. You can book your Versailles tickets online as they now accept only digital reservations.
What is the best day of the week to visit Versailles?
If you plan to avoid the crowds, it is best to visit the palace during the week. Saturdays and Sundays are the busiest days while Wednesdays and Thursdays are relatively less crowded.
How long does it take to tour the Palace of Versailles?
It takes around 2 hours to explore the main palace, while the gardens take up at least 1 hour. If you plan to visit Marie-Antoinette’s Estate, keep aside an extra 1 hour.
Can I take photographs inside Versailles?
While you are allowed to click photos, visitors are required to avoid using flash. Similarly, tripods and selfie sticks are not allowed inside the palace.
Can I take my bag inside the Versailles palace?
Bags exceeding 55cm x 35cm x 20cm must be deposited at the luggage office before entering the palace. It is to be noted that pushchairs, metal baby carriers, umbrellas, etc are also not allowed inside.
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