There are several ticket types that allow you to visit all or part of the Palace of Versailles and its Estate.

Note: The Palace of Versailles and Marie-Antoinette's Estate are closed on Mondays, 1 January, 1 May and 25 December

2-day Passport

The 2-day Passport is perfect if you want to take your time visiting the whole Estate. You can visit the entire site at your own pace over 2 consecutive days. Presenting your 2-day Passport will also entitle you to preferential rates on some attractions, particularly night-time shows.

Prices :

Every day from October to March and on Wednesdays and Thursdays from March to October:

  • Free for people under the age of 26 from the European Union and under the age of 18 from outside the European Union / Pass Éducation holders / students of art and art history / uniformed military / disabled people and their carers

Every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from March to October:

  • Concession for people aged 7 – 26 from the European Union and aged 7 – 18 from outside the European Union / Pass Éducation holders / students of art and art history / uniformed military / disabled people and their carers
  • Free for children under 5

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1-day Passport

You want to spend your day visiting the Palace, the gardens and Marie-Antoinette's Estate. The 1-day Passport is your ticket to ride!
Duration: 5 to 6 hours (allow more time on busy days)

Prices :

Every day from October to March and on Wednesdays, Thursdays and some Fridays from March to October:

  • Free for people under the age of 26 from the European Union and under the age of 18 from outside the European Union / Pass Éducation holders / students of art and art history / uniformed military / disabled people and their carers

Every Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday from March to October:

  • Concession for people aged 7 – 26 from the European Union and aged 7 – 18 from outside the European Union / Pass Éducation holders / students of art and art history / uniformed military / disabled people and their carers
  • Free for children under 5

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Single ticket

If you only want to visit one part of the Palace of Versailles or its Estate, buy the ticket that gives you access only to the particular area that you are interested in.

Palace

Duration: allow 1½ hours to visit the inside of the Palace and its Grand Apartments.

Reduced Prices:

  • Free for people under the age of 26 from the European Union and under the age of 18 from outside the European Union / Pass Éducation holders / students of art and art history / uniformed military / disabled people and their carers

Tip: don't forget to pick up the free audio guide available in 11 languages inside the Palace.
The Palace is free on the first Sunday of the month from October to March.
Buy your ticket in advance and avoid the queues at the ticket office. You can go straight to the entrance at Gate A.

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The gardens

Duration: allow 2 hours to the visit the gardens of Versailles.
Prices: The gardens are free every day except during Musical Gardens and Musical Fountain Shows.

Musical Gardens (Tuesdays and some Fridays from March to October):

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Musical Fountain Shows (Saturdays and Sundays and some Tuesdays from March to October):

* under 18, student, large family card, disability card and a carer

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Marie-Antoinette's Estate

Duration: allow 2 hours to visit the Grand Trianon, Petit Trianon and the Queen's Hamlet.

Reduced Prices:

  • Free for people under the age of 26 from the European Union and under the age of 18 from outside the European Union / Pass Éducation holders / students of art and art history / uniformed military / disabled people and their carers

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Tip: You can enter Marie-Antoinette's Estate at the Grand Trianon or Petit Trianon.
Marie Antoinette's Estate is free on the first Sunday of the month from October to March.

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