In accordance with government directives, the Palace of Versailles, the Grand and the Petit Trianon are closed.?
Visitors who have purchased a ticket for this time will be reimbursed.?

From November 2nd, in accordance with measures set out by the French Ministry of Culture for the opening of heritage parks, the park of Versailles, the lake of the Swiss Guard and the Estate of Marly will be open to walking from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. .
Only pedestrians and cyclists will be admitted in the Park provided their compliance with government circulation rules. Access to the Park will be possible only by the and the Saint Anthony gate.?
Conditions to access the estate of Versailles

Toilets and baby-changing facilities

There are several toilets and free changing tables for babies at your disposal all over the Estate.

Budget : Free

Information points

At the Information points you can find all the information and advice you need about your visit to the Estate.

Budget : Free

Left Luggage

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 to the Versailles and Trianon Palaces.

Budget : Free

Mobile charging stations

Enjoy self-service, free and secure charging stations for all types of mobile phone.

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The Palace has two free Wi-Fi areas: as you arrive in the Main Courtyard, and at the entrance to the gardens between the Princes’ Courtyard and the South Parterre.

Budget : Free


The audioguide is the essential companion to help find your bearings during the visit. It retraces the history of the Palace of Versailles and takes you back into its atmosphere.

Budget : Free


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