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Tickets for Palace of Versailles: Access All Areas + Audio Guide

Access all-areas with audio guide

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Please note: The security check is MANDATORY for everyone and might take some time, but you can skip the ticket line

Highlights

  • Walk through Marie Antoinette's private compound, one of the few things bigger than her gravity-defying hairdo!
  • Amble through 250 acres of landscaped garden, the stunning Hall of Mirrors, Royal Opera, The Grand Trianon and more
  • Admire French Art - the furniture is a large collection in Baroque, Classicist and Empire style. Check the beautifully preserved famous chests of André Charles Boulle

Description

In the public mind, the name Versailles conjures up notions of the sumptuous palace and vast landscaped gardens. But did you know there's also a third part? With this passport ticket you’ll also be able to explore The Queen’s Hamlet, Marie Antoinette’s private compound. NOTE: These tickets allow you skip the ticket purchase lines, but the security checks are mandatory for all visitors.

The main palace and gardens are extravagant beyond belief. More than 700 rooms, a large collection of 18th century French art, an opera house and a 75 meter-long hall of mirrors lined with statues and busts.

The gardens feature all manner of luxuries and follies that a European monarch just couldn’t do without: meticulously manicured lawns, hundreds of ornate fountains and statues of Greek gods emerging from water pools.

But that's not all: the famously profligate Marie Antoinette wasn't content with the room she had at Versailles, so she insisted on having her own compound away from the main palace. And boy howdy, did she get it!

Two smaller - though still grand - palaces, known as the Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon, already existed on the edge of the grounds. She took these and added a village of idyllic, rustic buildings that came to be known as The Queen’s Hamlet. It was all fun and games till the rabble came calling…

Versailles has a total area of more than 2,000 acres, so there’s plenty of magnificence to go round - or above! (In 1783, the first balloon flight experiment was held for the king. The passengers included a duck, a rooster, and a sheep).

Location

Palace of Versailles
Place d'Armes, 78000
Paris

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What's included?

  • Access to all areas of the Versailles museum and estate (Palace of Versailles, Trianon Palaces and Marie-Antoinette’s Estate, the gardens)
  • Access to all temporary exhibitions
  • All visitors are required to submit to a security check. This cannot be skipped, and unfortunately a lengthy line can form at peak times. The line is uncovered, so bring an umbrella if the weather threatens rain!
  • Night show

Additional information

Admission Information

  • Show your mobile ticket at entrance 'A'

Opening Hours

Palace

  • 1 April - 31 October: 9:00 - 18:30
  • 1 November - 31 March: 9:00 - 17:30
  • Note: Versailles is closed on Mondays

Trianon palaces and Marie-Antoinette’s estate

  • 1 April - 31 October: 12:00 - 18:30
  • 1 November - 31 March: 12:00 - 17:30

Gardens

  • 1 April - 31 October: 8:00 - 20:30
  • 1 November - 31 March: 8:00 - 18:00

Getting There

  • By train RER line C: to Versailles-Château-Rive Gauche
  • SNCF Trains from Montparnasse Station: to Versailles-Chantiers
  • SNCF Trains from Saint-Lazare Station: to Versailles-Rive Droite

Customer reviews

Makram , Lebanon
Dec 2, 2016
It was very good , no need 2 wait if there is a queue so its smart to buy tickets online and the best thing 2 do from ur side is 2 always keep maintaing the online-purchase in terms of efficiency and security.
Thanks and cheers to France!!
Jo , United Kingdom
Nov 29, 2016
Wonderful
As sumptuous and fascinating as I had imagined
Rachel
Nov 14, 2016
We loved Versailles but I found some of the rooms rather packed with too many people.
Anonymous
Nov 10, 2016
Experience was very good! It will be at your own time and own phase when touring the castle.
Lamis
Nov 10, 2016
Easy and time saver
Gergely
Oct 31, 2016
The château is nice but we found it unnecessary to visit and much overrated. It is also very crowded in many rooms. However the gardens and the park is beautiful. Bike rides are great. The park amd gatden is free tough so no need for tickets.
Catherine
Oct 22, 2016
We did not realise that we could get the audio. We felt it was hard to workout where to go once we where in the building. It's a shame not to be able to see kitchens and servants areas. Would be good to see both sides of the life there.
Maximiliano Nicolas
Oct 21, 2016
Easy and fast way to get tickets
Miriam
Oct 17, 2016
Very good service and e-mail support was quick. I got into the palace without any problem.
Maryellen
Oct 16, 2016
Very convenient- skipped the long ticket line.