Versailles Musical Fountain Tour from Paris

1 Day

Admission to Versailles Musical Fountain Show in the Palace Gardens. Skip-the-line access to Palace of Versailles. The ultimate summer event at Versailles.


  • Marvel at the decadence of the Sun King
  • Experience a show in the Gardens of Versailles
  • Avoid the hassle of traveling alone

Versailles Musical Fountain Tour from Paris

There is a certain magic in the Palace and Gardens that fizzles through the air. This magnificent European castle on the outskirts of Paris, hidden from the modern world, is a completely conserved illustration of the French monarchy’s reckless extravagance. This is the most luxurious life in Paris and just as you imagined it with brushed gold furniture, quilted four-poster beds and beautiful rolling lawns stretching as far as the eye can see.

We’re going to cross the city’s western districts before taking the Paris Versailles motorway. Average length of travel: 45 minutes.

Chateau de Versailles & Gardens. VIP private tour with guide + driver

The tour begins with a guided tour of the Royal State Apartments and the Mirrors Hall. Let’s take you to the lofty atmosphere of the palace and its renowned French gardens. To turn the fields and marshes into a genuine masterpiece, Le Nôtre took nearly 40 years.

The guided tour of the palace is completed by a tour of the gardens of Versailles with your guide for a visit to the spectacular fountains, through the groves and fountains where the water rushes out of the rhythm of baroque music. This unforgettable sound and light show you won’t want to miss.

The fountain show is followed by music of the Baroque style, particularly common at the court of Versailles.

This is one of Versailles’ best tours in the Palace, taking you through the King’s primary apartments and the beautiful French-style gardens.

And just when you think you’ve seen everything the Versailles Palace has to offer, you’re going to burst into the sunlight and encounter its beautiful manicured gardens, more than 1,800 acres in size.

The Versailles Fountain Show, designed by Andre Le Notre, is a fantastic live concert held in the exclusive groves. Watch fountains explode at the Fountain Show to the sounds of a cello or just be enchanted by the easy beauty of classical music performed during the Musical Gardens case in lovely environments.

Relax and reflect as the train chugs back to Paris and back to the true globe on your luxury day. All nice things must come to an end, as the saying goes.

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