Is the Palace of Versailles open?

Is the Palace of Versailles open?

The Palace of Versailles, the Grand and the Petit Trianon are open all days but Mondays. The park of Versailles and the Gardens are open everyday. Conditions to access the estate of Versailles and all opening times.

What is Versailles famous for?

The National Estate and Palace of Versailles is one of France’s best-known treasures, a UNESCO World Heritage Site situated 20km west of Paris. This former royal residence is surrounded by 787 hectares (1,945 acres) and welcomes almost 15 million visitors each year to admire its lavish rooms, art collection and splendid gardens.

How can you take part in the history of Versailles?

Take part in the history of the palace of Versailles by supporting a project that suits you: adopt a linden tree, contribute to the missions of the Palace or participate in the refurnishing of the royal apartments. The app includes the audioguide tour of the Palace and an interactive map of the Estate.

Can I use the Versailles Museum without an internet connection?

It can be used without an Internet connection. With 60,000 artworks, collections of Versailles illustrate 5 centuries of French History. This set reflects the dual vocation of the Palace once inhabited by the sovereigns and then a museum dedicated “to all the glories of France” inaugurated by Louis-Philippe in 1837.

What was the name of the Palace of Versailles under Louis XIV?

Palace of Versailles. The Palace of Versailles (French: Château de Versailles; English: /vɛərˈsaɪ, vɜːr-/ vair-SY, vur-; French: [vɛʁsaj]) was the principal royal residence of France from 1682 under Louis XIV until the start of the French Revolution in 1789 under Louis XVI.

What happened to the Royal Opera of Versailles after WW2?

More work took place after World War II, with the restoration of the Royal Opera of Versailles. The theater was reopened in 1957, in the presence of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain. In 1978, parts of the Palace were heavily damaged in a bombing committed by Breton terrorists.