The Pavillon Dufour Shop
Located at the end of the Palace tour itinaries under the Cour des Princes, this new shop proposes many products related to the Palace of Versailles.
La Librairie des Princes
The Princes bookshop is located in the court of Honor at the Palace of Versailles. Arranged like an ancient apartment, it offers a wide range of products derived from subjects at the Palace of Versailles.
The Comptoir de la Chapelle
The Comptoir de la Chapelle is situated in the Chapel Upper Vestibule, facing the Royal Chapel. Here you will find a selection of products from the Palace of Versailles.
La Boutique Cour de Marbre
Located at the foot of the Queen’s Staircase, at the end of the visit to the Grand Apartments, this boutique offers a wide range of gifts and objects derived from subjects at the Palace of Versailles.
The Gardens shop
Come to discover the Gardens shop located in an old farmhouse in the Park. It has an authentic decor with old wooden feeders. It offers a selection of fine products related to Versailles and its famous historical figures, but also to gardening and plants.
The Grand Trianon shop
The Grand Trianon shop is located at the end of the visit and offers a selection of books and gifts in connection with the collections and history of the place, named the “little marble palace” by its architect, Jules Hardouin-Mansart.
The King's Cabinet of Medals
The museum’s reserve collections hold many medals bearing witness to Versailles’ history over the centuries. To publicise them, the Palace invited the Maison Arthus-Bertrand to go through its numismatics archives.
Ladurée - Versailles
You can visit the shop with a Palace entrance ticket, either coming from the Royal Courtyard or at the end of the Grand Apartments tour itinerary, at the bottom of the Queen's Staircase. The on-line shop proposes a selection of Ladurée products such as teas, jams and jellies and souvenirs bearing the brand's image.
Angelina - Versailles
Austrian confectioner Antoine Rumpelmayer founded Angelina, named in honour of his daughter-in-law, in 1903. For over a century the tearoom has made a name for itself as a refined gourmet institution.