If you plan of spending the whole day at Chateau de Versailles, then talk a long lingering walk through the extensive gardens down the slope and visit The Trianons & The Hamlet. Small interesting buildings in Marie Antoinette's area of the estate. Queues are very short and you get to see the more "relaxed" life of the inhabitants of the property.
If you can't face anymore walking after visiting here, you can pick up the Chateau mini-train right out the front and be taken back up to the palace. There is a small Angelina's cafe for a snack and coffee break where you can sit outside the Hamlet and enjoy the country air and sunlight!
I've only rated this as average, because after visiting the palace first I think i ended up succumbing to history overload and couldn't look at period furniture anymore, but if you're an avid fan of the era then you will certainly enjoy this part of the Chateau de Versailles estate.
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