The Coach Gallery

Opening day(s)

Exceptionally closed : Wednesday 25 December 2024

All year long 2025

Saturday, Sunday

12:30 to 18:30

Last entrance 5:45


La Galerie des Carrosses
La Grande Ecurie du roi
1 Av. Rockefeller, 78000 Versailles
GPS coordinates
Latitude : 48.803274
Longitude : 2.128202
The Coach Gallery
La Grande Ecurie du roi
1 Av. Rockefeller, 78000 Versailles
Phone : +33 1 30 83 78 00


Genuine masterpieces created by the best artists of this time, here is Europe's largest collection of royal and imperial coaches !
Real masterpieces made by the best artists of that time, these carriages are also a manifest of an extraordinary technological advance of the time with the evolution of techniques : traction, suspension, first coupés, convertibles, but also evolution of comfort.

This re-opening allows you to admire gala berlins ordered for the marriage of Napoleon the 1st, Louis XVIII's funeral coach, the one from Charles X's coronation, Marie-Antoinette's kids carriages, others from the Third Republic, and even lovely sleighs and Eighteenth Century sedan chairs.

Completely restored, the Coach Museum spans on nearly 1000m². The museography and the new lighting enhance these wood and golden bronze masterpieces while respecting the architecture and the spirit of the place.



Le Bapteme du Duc de BordeauxLa collection de carrosses dans la grande écurieLa grande écurie et la carrière extrieureLe Carrosse du SacreLe Carrosse du Sacre de Charles XLe Carrosse du Sacre devant la Grande EcurieRoue du Carosse du Sacre de Charles X


For a guided tour of the Coach Gallery:

Group of 19 people (COVID period) - 25 people (excluding COVID)

1h30 visit

In the morning: € 1000 (specific opening with supervisory officer): request to be made via the address

Afternoon: 450 € (space open to the public): request to be formulated via the online form

Ticket at 10 € for a guided tour for individuals
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