Courtyards and Gardens

Enormous or intimate courtyards and classical or English landscape gardens create the exceptional setting that makes up the 130 hectare estate at the château de Fontainebleau. Take over this unique setting to create your own custom event.

Numerous arrangements are possible and can be designed to host major events (marquees, stages, lighting, etc.) and unique events (walks, projections, pyrotechnic shows, etc).

Discover our historic courtyards and gardens

Admire the historic façade and its impressive Horseshoe staircase

Prices on request

Greeting guests, candlelit pathways, video mapping, filming

Dine in this medieval courtyard redesigned by Francis I

Prices on request

Pop-up structures up to 800m² can be installed

Cocktails, dinners, dances, shows, concerts, filming

Enjoy a view of the château's most beautiful buildings

Prices on request

Pop-up structures up to 1,500m² can be installed

Cocktails, dinners, dances, shows, concerts, filming

Relax in the shade of large beech trees in this English garden formerly the private reserve of the Queen

Prices on request

Cocktails, dinners, light shows

Get away from it all in 11 hectares of gardens designed by André Le Nôtre

Prices on request

Fireworks, pre-dinner drinks, light shows

Travel to an idyllic pavilion only accessible by boat

Prices on request

Boat trips, team-building

Ticket blanc

Tickets and prices

Online Ticketing

Online Ticketing

Opening hours

The castle

The castle 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).

Wearing a mask is compulsory from the age of 11.

The tour is fully accessible, except for the Napoleon I and Chinese museums. As a compensation, the exit is through the Oval Court, exceptionally open for the occasion.

It is not necessary to reserve a visit slot for the castle or the gardens.

Coming to the castle

    Calcul de l'itinéraire jusqu'au Château de Fontainebleau