Versailles Skip-the-Line Family Tour from Paris

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Versailles Skip-the-Line Family Tour from Paris. Designed with families in mind. Bring the kids to Versailles for an unforgettable day trip from Paris.


  • Enjoy a vivid retelling of the rise and fall of the French Monarchy
  • Learn about the opulent rooms and extravagant gardens
  • Skip the Line access leaves your family more time to enjoy
  • Small groups of 20 people or fewer allow for a personalized tour

Versailles Skip-the-Line Family Tour from Paris


Get the real experience of France, which is ideal for the whole family on a day journey from Paris to Versailles Palace. The Palace of Versailles, required for any visitor to France, can be an arduous moment for younger tourists, with the lengthy lines, enormous crowds, and big tour organizations ruining the experience for their creative minds. But this tour provides accommodation for every era on their journey to Versailles. This trip, designed especially for families, expertly navigates all the logistics while bringing to life this intriguing palace.

Skip-the-Line Versailles Palace Family 5-hour Discovery from Paris

Feel like royalty as you travel aboard a fully air-conditioned coach from central Paris to move you and your tiny group of 20 or fewer individuals to Versailles. Princes and princesses shouldn’t have to wait in line, and your group will appreciate Skip the Line’s access to the Palace bypassing the lengthy queues that snake around the court.

Upon entry, your specialist guide will start weaving Versailles‘ intriguing history into a wonderful tale that will surely spark your little tourists ‘ imagination. Watch the stories of mock naval fights on the Grand Canal, amazing fireworks exploding across the Palace, and strange royal rituals that included rising and dressing up before a public crowd.

Before your eyes, the Palace will come to life as your guide skillfully combines their commentary with activity equipment solely intended for this trip, ensuring kids have a completely immersive Royal experience. Parents will also profit from the trip, however, as your guide is a fully certified guide, knowledgeable in all parts of Versailles, and willing to answer any questions you may have.

Your guided tour includes all of Versailles ‘ 2,300 most renowned rooms— the iconic Mirror Hall, the luxurious State Apartments, and the manicured gardens. Your trip will bring you and your little explorers on a trip from the peak of royal authority to the French Revolution‘s tragic downfall. Your adventure ends in the gardens where your guide will lead you through the story of the ornate fountains and lush greenery, before leaving you to enjoy a leisurely walk on your own – as the Royals once did before returning to your coach and Paris today.

Join us on this dedicated Versailles family visit and let the imagination of your kids soar as they become King and Queen for a day.

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