Cushion Bouquet tapestry

The Queen’s Bedroom Château of Fontainebleau This room was the bedroom of all the female sovereigns from the end of the 16th century up to the 17th century, and each left her mark on it. The monogram of Anne of Austria can be seen on the central section of the ceiling (1644), that of Marie Leszczynska on the alcove ceiling (1746-1747), there are trompe l’œil decorated lintels painted by Sauvage and a bed designed at the request of Marie-Antoinette (1787), who, however, never slept in it. The wall hangings of this bedroom, in brocade lampas weave and silk chenille, were woven and embroidered, following the original designs, by leading silk-makers in Paris and Lyon, between 1968 and 1986.

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The chateau

The chateau is open every day except Tuesday, January 1st, May 1st and December 25th.
From October to March: 9:30 am to 5:00 pm (last access at 4:15 pm).
From April to September: 9.30 am to 6 pm (last access at 5.15 pm).

Following the recent government announcements, a valid health pass is necessary to enter the chateau for all visitors 12 years old and older. The gardens and courtyards are accessible without green pass or valid health pass. Visitors 11 years old and older must wear a mask. The Chateau of Fontainebleau looks forward to welcoming you for your visit while respecting the health measures put into place (except the Chinese Museum, closed until further notice).

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