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Parc du Domaine de Madame Elisabeth

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Parc du Domaine de Madame Elisabeth

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73 avenue de Paris, 78000, Versailles France
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Versailles – ChantiersParis RER9 min
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Skip the Line: Versailles Palace Entrance Ticket and Breakfast at Ore Restaurant
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Skip the Line: Versailles Palace Entrance Ticket and Breakfast at Ore Restaurant

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The magnificent Versailles Palace is one of the most popular attractions in Versailles, which can mean long entrance lines and big crowds. Avoid wasting time waiting in ticket lines by going on this skip-the-line tour with entry included via an independent entrance. Explore the palace at your own pace, and enjoy the perk of having a delicious breakfast at Alain Ducasse’s Ore restaurant included.
$50.62 per adult
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Jane I wrote a review Sep 2019
Bakewell, United Kingdom26 contributions15 helpful votes
We spotted this as we walked up the Avenue du Paris on our way to the Palace, and decided to drop in on our way back after visiting the Palace gardens. Much quieter, a surprising space - with sheep grazing and beehives literally within feet of the road we’d walked up! We didn’t stay long (pretty tired after our visit to the Palace) but it made a nice contrast, none of the tourist bustle. Saw a few parents with children, looked like locals on their way home from school, lots of grassy areas and shade from the sun, places to sit quietly, there were signs for a tea room but we didn’t come across that.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Richard R wrote a review Jul 2017
Rugles, France63 contributions49 helpful votes
Lovely place to take the kids to burn off a bit of steam on a warm day. If you take your boules set you can challenge the locals on the avenue de paris just outside the gates. Another good place to take the kids is the forest of porchefontaine which has a couple of playgrounds and a duck pond.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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VeroniqueM68 wrote a review Sep 2016
Brisbane, Australia112 contributions36 helpful votes
Lucky Elisabeth to b given this Estate by her brother Louis XVI - substantive grounds and mansion (unfortunately not open on the day we visited). Take some time to sit and enjoy the stillness of the orchard. For children - we saw the ppultry grden and some sheep. and not a tourist in sight.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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HO78 wrote a review Sep 2015
versaillles16 contributions1 helpful vote
A nice little Park, located down town Versailles. Very romantic and nice looking. Not known by tourists, so worth visiting during a sunny afternoon
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Date of experience: August 2015
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carla N wrote a review Sep 2015
Viroflay, France271 contributions54 helpful votes
Versailles Montreuil is the neighborhood around L’ Eglise St . Symphorien . Rue de Montreuil is a short but sweet commercial street starting at the rotary in front of the church running up to Place Alexandre and the statue of Ndré Le Nôtre (Louis XIV’s garden landscaper ) and ave St.Cloud. More interesting are the off the beaten track historical sites along la rue Champs de Lagarde which is a block or so behind the church: La Maison des Musiciens Italiens where Louis XIV’s housed 5 Italian sopranos when they joined the la Musique de la chapelle Royale. Included in the same buildings is the Musée du Compagnonnage /Union compagnonnique Tour de France . Les Compagnons is an association dating from the middle ages when the construction of cathedrals was underway. Today it provides training and apprenticeship in traditional crafts such as woodwork, carpentry, ironwork , masonry, building, roofing, plumbing, painting, cooking, leather, glass etc for youths from 15 years old on and post high school. The apprentices live together and travel round France practicing their trades and improving their skills . La Maison des Musiciens was eventually passed on to the botanist Le Monnier who landscaped a garden behind the house. The garden is now a small park open to the public with information about it in French and braille .However unfortunately if you want to visit the museums inside you have to schedule your visit(individually or group) Maison des musiciens italiens : 78000Versailles. Tel : +33(0)6 07 39 70 00. Across the street a few yards up on rue Champs de la Garde(another entrance 73 rue avenue de Paris) is la domaine de Mme Elisabeth, Louis XIVs sister who was beheaded doing the revolution. It consist of rambling park with gardens and a lovely house museum. It used to organize exhibits but it seems to have streamlined its activities and its visits are also now scheduled. Domaine de Madame Elisabeth Renseignement auprès du Conseil général des Yvelines Tel : +33(0)1 39 07 78 78
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Date of experience: September 2015
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