Discover Versailles and its history by following the stone markers, spread almost everywhere along the city's streets.
Numbering 40, they are divided into three routes through the city's historical districts, covering the major points in each monument's history.
The 16 markers scattered throughout the Notre Dame district will guide you through the city's oldest district, with buildings dating from 1671. They indicate its main monuments, including the Grande Ecurie, the Pavillon des Fontainiers, the Hotel of Madame de Pompadour, the Musée Lambinet, the Hôtel du Bailliage or the Palais de Justice.
The Saint Louis district and Old Versailles create a very picturesque Eighteenth Century whole. Its 16 markers will lead you from the Hôtel de la Chancellerie to the Hotels of War and Foreign Affairs, to the Pièce d’Eau des Suisses, the Royal Tennis Court, the King's Kitchen Garden and the Carré Saint-Louis.
As you stroll through the Montreuil district, the former village incorporated into Versailles in 1787, you will find 11 markers: Hotel de Ville and Préfecture, Hôtel du Barry and Hotel des Menus Plaisirs, Domaine de Madame Elisabeth, Octrois, Maison des Musiciens Italiens, Eglise Saint-Symphorien…