Versailles: Skip the Line Tickets to Trianon
Get an inside look at the ornate, royal living quarters of Marie-Antoinette herself, stroll leisurely through the stunningly landscaped gardens and cover the sprawling expanse of the Park. Admire quirky sculptures and rare collections of art at the temporary exhibitions.
- Get exclusive skip-the-line access to avoid long waiting lines.
- Slip back into time as you walk through the exquisite residence of the bygone Queen.
- Wander through the meandering paths of the cleverly constructed gardens.
- Admire the almost 800-hectare park, with its immense Grand Canal and the beautiful Swiss Lake.
- Visit the exhibition “The Lalanne at Trianon”, showcasing the works of sculptors Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne (till October 2021).
- Discover the Palace’s artistic treasures at the exhibition “Drawings for Versailles, 20 years of acquisitions" (till October 2021).
- Access to the Estate of Trianon
- Access to the temporary exhibitions on display
- Access to the Palace Gardens (excluding days of Musical Fountains Shows or Musical Gardens)
- Access to The Park
- Guided tour
- Audio guide
strict cancellation policy
This ticket cannot be canceled, amended or refunded.
With priority access tickets at your disposal, you can make most of your time at the Palace of Versailles by bypassing the waiting queue.
The Estate of Trianon
Made up of the Grand Trianon, the Petit Trianon, the Queen’s Hamlet and beautiful ornamental gardens, the Estate of Trianon will give you a glimpse of the royals behind the court. Enjoy the unique architecture and opulence of the Grand and Petit Trianon, which was so closely connected to King Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette. Take in the rustic architecture of the Queen’s Hamlet, inspired by Normandy - a charming historic and cultural region of Northern France. Though it was mainly meant for the education of Marie-Antoinette’s children, she also hosted guests and promenades there.
The Gardens and Park
Stroll through the fabulous Gardens which were painstakingly constructed for around 40 years, with the King himself insistent on reviewing every project and “every detail”. Dotted with gorgeous statues and fountains, the Gardens are a must-visit. Beyond the Garden, the approximately 800-hectare Park offers wooded areas and agricultural fields, along with two massive water bodies - the Grand Canal and the Lake of the Swiss Guards.
The Temporary Exhibitions
The Lalanne at Trianon
Pay a visit to this exhibition to admire the eccentric sculptures of Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne. Inspired by nature, their works pay homage to flora and fauna.
Drawings for Versailles, 20 years of acquisitions
From scenes of life at the court to the old plans and architectural drawings for the Palace, this exhibition will give you a unique look at Versailles.
know before you go
COVID Safety Information
- All areas that customers frequently touch are sanitized.
- Guests may/may not be subject to temperature checks beforehand.
- All guests are recommended to bring along face masks for safety.
- It is recommended to maintain social distancing with other guests (2 meters apart).
- Regularly sanitize your hands. Sanitizers are available upon request.
- Estate of Trianon: Tuesday to Sunday 12 PM - 6:30 PM (Last admission 6 PM)
- The Gardens: Tuesday to Sunday 8 AM - 8:30 PM (Last admission 7 PM)
- The Park: Daily from 7 AM - 8:30 PM (Last admission 7:45 PM)
- This ticket does not include access to the Palace Gardens on days of Musical Fountains Shows or Musical Gardens.
The Park can be accessed through -
- Queen’s Gate (Everyday for pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles)
- Porte Saint-Antoine (Everyday for pedestrians and cyclists, and on weekends and holidays for vehicles)
- Matelots gate (Everyday for pedestrians and cyclists) from 7 AM - 7:30 PM (last admission at 7 PM)
EU residents aged 26 and under, and non-EU residents aged 18 and under go free (carry a valid photo ID).
- Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.
- Please display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the attraction.
- If you have purchased reduced-price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification.
Ticket Redemption Point
- You can redeem the tickets directly at the entrance of the attraction: Palace of Versailles.
- The main entrance to the Palace of Versailles is by the Cour d'Honneur.
- Address: Place d'Armes, 78000 Versailles, France.
- The closest bus stop is Chateau de Versailles, within 10-minute walking distance from the palace.
- Bus 171 will bring you here.
There are several options to reach the Palace of Versailles by train.
- Take RER line C to Versailles Rive Gauche. From the station, it’s a 10-minute walk to the Palace.
- From Paris Montparnasse train station, SNCF trains arrive at Versailles Chantiers station. It’s an 18-minute walk to the Palace.
- From Paris Saint Lazare train station, SNCF trains arrive at Versailles Rive Droite station, a 17-minute walk to the Palace.
- The ticket is valid for the date and time selected during the checkout.