Versailles Town Hall, from the Princess of Conti to today

Location : Office de Tourisme de Versailles


Spend the afternoon in the home of a princess – The Princess of Conti was one of the natural daughters of Louis XIV. Widowed at the age of 19, she spent a lot of time in her town house, organising parties, shows and promenades, attended by the Court and even the Sun King himself.
In the 18th century, the residence and its gardens were left to the Duke of Bourbon. The magnificent collection of woodwork and paintings that can still be seen today dates from this period. At the dawn of the Revolution, the building became the town hall of Versailles, extended in 1900 into its current form.
General information
  • Services :
    • 25 people max per group
  • Cultural and artistic :
    • Guided tour
  • Art and culture :
    • Historic
  • Sitra promotion typology :
    • Indoor
    • Bad weather alternative


FaresRates periodMinMax
22/03/2019 - 22/03/2019
AdultThe whole year through 10.00€
ChildThe whole year through 5.00€
  • Payment methods :
    • Bank/credit card
    • Cheque
    • Cash
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Office de Tourisme de Versailles
L'hôtel de ville de Versailles, de la princesse de Conti à nos jours
2 bis avenue de Paris
  • Spoken language(s) :
    • French
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