Palace of the King of Rome - Napoleon - Rambouillet - exhibitions

Built from 1784 on the order of Louis XVI, the Palace of the King of Rome was then rebuilt by Napoleon I in 1 and offered to his son, the King of Rome. The Palace today houses the art and history museum of the town of Rambouillet.

The Palace of the King of Rome

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In May it's nature and heritage

Sundays May 12 and 26

Palace of the King of Rome - Napoleon - Rambouillet - exhibitions

The heritage service offers guided tours of Rambouillet outdoors in the gardens and parks of Rambouillet.

Guided tours of Rambouillet: in May it’s nature and heritage

Inside, you will find a model of the monument in its original state, and a selection of works from the XNUMXth, XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries: paintings and drawings, furniture, rare board games depicting gardens and landscapes...
The museum also presents three to four temporary exhibitions per year.
Also having a charming little garden at the back of the Palace, it is an unexpected visit in the heart of downtown Rambouillet.
Guided tours and workshops for children are regularly organized there, games with free access are also available at the reception.

Some photos of the Palace of the King of Rome

Palace of the king of Rome Rambouillet
Palace of the King of Rome - Rambouillet
Palace of the King of Rome - Napoleon - Rambouillet - exhibitions
Palace of the King of Rome - Rambouillet
Palace of the King of Rome - Rambouillet
Palace of the King of Rome - Rambouillet
Palace of the King of Rome - Rambouillet
Palace of the King of Rome - Rambouillet
  • Prices
    • Free entry to exhibitions
  • Opening times
    • From Wednesday to Sunday
    • From 14:30 p.m. to 18 p.m. and Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

-15% discount on this site with the Smart Pass!

52-54 rue du General de Gaulle – 78120 Rambouillet

+01 75 03 44 50 XNUMX