Enjoy an exclusive guided tour of Versailles Palace and visit its beautiful royal gardens. Skip the long lines and enter through a separate entrance alongside an expert guide.
About this activity
- Free cancellation
- Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
- Reserve now & pay later
- Keep your travel plans flexible — book your spot and pay nothing today.
- Duration 1.5 hours - 135 minutes
- Check availability to see starting times.
- Skip the line through a separate entrance
- Live tour guide
- French, English, Italian, Spanish, German
Select participants and date
• Check in at the GetYourGuide shop on 10 Avenue du Général de Gaulle, 78000 Versailles, located across the street from the RER line C Versailles Château Rive Gauche train station • Take the 'Avenue de Paris' exit at the train station and find the office across the street next to the Café Madeleine • Please be aware that the train from Paris to Versailles takes approximately 1 hourOpen in Google Maps ⟶
What to bring
- Comfortable shoes
- Passport or ID card for children
- Weapons or sharp objects
- Food and drinks
- Luggage or large bags
- Selfie sticks
Know before you go
- Baby strollers could be refused at the entrance of the palace
- After the tour, you are allowed to stay in the gardens until they close
- The palace gardens are free from November to March. Prices have been adjusted accordingly. No garden tickets are required to visit on these dates
- There are no musical or fountain shows on days when the gardens are free
- The gardens close at 5:30 PM on certain dates (May 27, every Saturday between June 10 and September 23, July 14, August 15, October 29, and October 31) and from November through March
- During peak times the palace can be very crowded and there may be a short wait at the group entrance
- The group can be up to 27 people
- If arriving by train, please make sure to buy an RER Paris-Versailles ticket. Paris metro tickets are not accepted
- From July 15th to August 26th, RER C trains are not running between the stations PARIS AUSTERLITZ and JAVEL, in Paris.