Palace of Versailles, Gardens and Marie Antoinette Tickets
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Tour the wonderful and historic Palace of Versailles with these tickets. You will have full access to the grounds and galleries of this majestic building, which was the former royal residence built by King Louis XIV and located in Versailles, some 19 kilometres west of Paris.
You will have the chance to walk through the private grounds created for Marie Antoinette and stroll through the fabulous gardens. You will be able to access the Trianon estate and the Carriage Gallery, although only at weekends and during the Christmas holidays. Also, if you want live commentary, you can opt to take an audio guide included with your ticket.
- Explore the Palace of Versailles with this all-access ticket to this majestic building, which dates back to the 17th century and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Tour the beautiful gardens and the grounds within the palace complex, which also includes the private area dedicated to Marie-Antoinette.
- Learn about the history of the Palace of Versailles with the audio guide included with your ticket.
- All-access ticket to the Palace of Versailles
- Access to the Trianon estate
- Access to the Float Gallery on weekends and during the Christmas holidays.
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Thanks to these tickets for the Palace of Versailles, you can tour the grounds dedicated to the Sun King at your leisure. Built in the 17th century for King Louis XIV, this majestic building is located in Versailles, some 19 kilometres west of the French capital. You will also have an audio guide in several languages to learn about its history.
With these tickets you will have access to the Trianon estate, adjacent to the gardens and made up of the palaces of the Grand Trianon, the Petit Trianon, the Queen's Village and several ornamental gardens.
This area is associated with Marie-Antoinette. It was the refuge of the queen, who was fascinated by rural life. She used it to get away from the hustle and bustle of the palace and built a village to receive guests and even for the education of her children. This village is inspired by the traditional rustic architecture of Normandy.
You will also have access to the palace gardens, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Please note, however, that you will have to pay an additional fee if they coincide with the days of the Fountain Show and the Musical Garden. These usually take place between April and October each year.
During weekends and the Christmas period in December, you will also have access to the Carriage Gallery. This is one of the galleries of the Grand Stables. Here you can see the gala carriages commissioned for the wedding of Napoleon I, the carriage for the funeral of Louis XVIII and the carriage for the coronation of Charles X, among others.