Le Potager du Roi, Versailles
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Located in close proximity to the Palace of Versailles, Le Potager du Roi once produced fresh fruit and vegetables for the court of Louis XIV. Today the gardens are supervised by a prestigious French national school, École Nationale Supérieure du Paysage, which trains skilled gardeners and landscape architects. View the wide variety of vegetables and over 400 species of fruit trees grown here, which supply the French public with over 30 tons (60,000 lbs) of vegetables and 50 tons (100,000 lbs) of fruit each year. Take a guided tour to gather more information during your visit. To visit Le Potager du Roi and get the most from your holiday in Versailles, create itinerary details personal to you using our Versailles vacation builder.
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Le Potager est en triste état ! Par manque de moyens, car ceux qui s'en occupent font de leur mieux pour présenter des plantes rares ou des techniques de culture innovantes. L'accueil est excellent, o... read more »The vegetable garden is in a sad state! Lack of resources, because those involved do their best to present rare plants or innovative growing techniques. The reception is excellent, we explain as much as you want. But alas, vast areas of the garden would need extra hands to be fully developed. Go ahead, not what to support the maintenance of this place, accessible at low cost.show original
Having visited many walled kitchen gardens throughout Europe, we were very disappointed and indeed saddened to see what was once a highly productive kitchen garden providing fresh fruit, herbs and veg... read more »
My expectations may have been too great ... lots of fallen fruit, weeds and no sense of dynamic gardening activity - all in all somewhat disappointing.apart from the King's Gate and a little arbour cl... read more »
François DubujetThe vegetable garden is huge (9 ha) in the Versailles and magnificent, the orchard trees very well carved and exciting guide. Too bad that the guided tour lasts one hour. Without being a great gardener, I would have liked to learn more about the different varieties of fruits and vegetables grown and culture methods. The Potager du Roi is less well-known than the Castle, but it is worth. I recommend it.show original
Jolie tres jolie
Garry POUPINVery little maintained garden and very expensive visit rates. Really disappointed with this visit there is a huge potential but no care.show original
Anonymoushistoric atmosphere, very good guideshow original
AnonymousA lover of French cuisineshow original
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