The Human Rights itinerary in the city of Versailles

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It was here in Versailles that the French Revolution began. This trail, designed to feature the main sites that were its setting, enables the visitor to relive the events which changed the course of history...
As you walk through the streets of the city, follow in the footsteps of the deputies, from the opening procession to the Hôtel des Menus-Plaisirs and the Salle du Jeu de Paume. Revise your classics with your family or friends: Louis XVI's summoning the Estates General, the Oath of the Jeu de Paume, the birth of the National Assembly, the vote on the abolition of privileges and the Declaration of the Human Rights...

Duration of the visit : 1h30

The meeting point will be given after the booking.

Special conditions :
  • Visit can be subject to the evolution of prefectural constraints
  • Visit recommended for children aged over 7 years old
  • Visit through the streets of the city: some cobbled areas, some noisy areas
  • Total distance under 2 km. Please bring suitable footwear.
  • Not accessible to person with reduced mobility

Health conditions:
  • Mask mandatory for 11 years and older
  • Hydro-alcoholic gel available at the meeting point
  • Visitors will be equipped by the Tourist Office with an individual listening system allowing physical distancing. However, it is necessary to bring your own earphones - jack plug

Loyalty offer: 5 visits purchased entitle the holder to free admission on the 6th visit (excluding entrance fees/supplements, children's rates, special visit rates and partner visits). Free visit to be booked by email or telephone with our Tourist Advisors.
  • Langue :
    • Français
  • Localisation :
    • City of Versailles