Domaine National Du Palais Royal, Paris

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The Domaine National du Palais Royal site is an 18th-century palace that was once the residence of the French royal family. Now you can buy Domaine National Du Palais Royal tickets to watch a number of museums and art galleries in the palace. The Domaine National du Palais Royal is also home to a large garden, which is a popular spot for picnics and leisurely walks.

The Palace is full of 18th-century architecture and artwork, and home to a beautiful garden that is perfect for a stroll on a summer day. With Domaine National Du Palais Royal tickets visitors can explore the grounds, visit the palace, and see some of the most beautiful art collections in France. If you are interested in French history or architecture, then the Domaine National du Palais Royal is a must-visit site.

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Garden of Domaine National Du Palais Royal, Paris
Gardens

The gardens of the Palais Royal are considered to be among the finest in France. They were redesigned in 1677 by André Le Nôtre. Visitors can stroll through the elegant landscaped gardens, relax on the lawns, or take a seat in one of the many cafés and restaurants that line the garden path.

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Sculptures

The patio of the castle is enriched with the extraordinary sculptures made by famous craftsman Daniel Buren. "Les Deux Plateaux'' also known as "Les Colonnes de Buren" is his art installation which was put up for public appreciation on the plea of Minister of Culture, Jack Lang, in the palace. It is an example of contemporary work comprising 260 black and white striped sections, which has turned into a quintessential piece of the Parisian landscape today.

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The Small Bronze Cannon

When you visit Domaine National Du Palais Royal, the small bronze cannon is one of the many items on display that you should not miss. The small bronze cannon in this large complex of buildings and gardens from the 16th to the 18th centuries is a replica of an age-old French cannon which was stolen.

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Two Renowned Theatres

After the flames that destroyed the first theatre, Duke Louis-Philippe d'Orléans had it replaced by another one in the southwest corner to house. Known as the House of Molière, this is the oldest art theatre on the planet. Another theatre, the Théâtre des Beaujolais, was created by the same architect in the northwest corner at 38 Rue de Montpensier.

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Bury Fountain at Domaine National Du Palais Royal
Bury Fountains

Another eminent yet downplayed work of art that quietly rejuvenates the Palais Royal’s Cour d’Orléans, is the duo-fountains called "Sphérades". This design by Belgian craftsmen for the Palais-Royal consists of 10 stainless steel spheres. These gradually revolve on their axis under the energy of the water flowing over them. The water rotating the spheres comes from a small waterfall at the back of each fountain and then flows out through a stainless steel grate at the tail.

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History of Domaine National Du Palais Royal

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  • Three centuries of architecture: The construction of Domaine National Du Palais Royal started in the 17th century for Cardinal Richelieu by French architect Lemercier. In the 18th century, the three wings bordering the gardens were added to the palace architecture and it was finished and modified in the 19th century. The palace was then turned into a public museum for being one of the best remains of three centuries of architecture, and has stayed one of France’s most popular tourist destinations ever since.

  • An insalubrious past: The present extraordinarily spectacular surroundings of the palace give no clue as to the revolutionary fervour that grew here in the 18th century, nor of its standing in the 19th century as a position of promiscuity and women of easy virtue, as immortalised by Balzac.

  • Popular monument decorated in the antique style so fashionable in the 18th century: The Palais Royal is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Paris. The present-day Palais Royal is also home to a number of museums, including the Musée du Louvre-Lens and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. In addition, the Palace houses a number of restaurants and cafés, as well as shops selling everything from clothes to books.

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Plan your Visit to Domaine National Du Palais Royal

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  • Opening Hours:

Domaine National Du Palais Royal welcomes visitors throughout the week between 8am to 8:30pm

  • Location:

8 Rue de Montpensier, 75001 Paris, France

  • Best Time To Visit:

The best time to visit Domaine National Du Palais Royal is from March to May or September to December. The temperatures during these months are mild, and the crowds are thinner than in the peak summer season.

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FAQs of Domaine National Du Palais Royal

Why is Palais Royal Famous?

The Domaine National du Palais Royal site is famously known as the home to the Palais Royal, an 18th-century palace that was once the residence of the French royal family.

Is Domaine National Du Palais Royal worth visiting?

This historic site is definitely worth a visit if you're interested in French history and architecture. The Palace was first built in 1624 and was the home of several French monarchs. It's a beautiful example of classical French design, and it's surrounded by lovely gardens.

What is the best time to visit Domaine National Du Palais Royal?

The peak season for tourists visiting the Domaine National du Palais Royal is March to May and September to December. The weather is perfect during these months for outdoor activities and enjoying the beautiful scenery. However, the Domaine is open year-round and there are a number of activities and events taking place throughout the seasons.

How long do you need at Palais Garnier?

You should plan on spending at least two hours at Palais Garnier, but three to four hours are even better. That way, you can take your time touring the building, admiring the architecture and artwork, and if you want, you can even see a performance in the theatres.

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