Ummm don't understand all the hype. Gardens are beautiful especially the greco roman theme apparent throughout, history and legacy wonderful to imagine, think about, try to relive etc but overall not that great/grand, the tour inside is very limited and not as cool or interesting as other palaces/castles i've toured in Europe. Ticket nonsense is obnoxious - you only get 2 entries into the garden so you can't bounce back and forth between garden and palace on an unlimited basis. Ticket reservation time though required is not necessary or enforced in actuality, you can enter any time after your reservation is for. This was confirmed with 2 staff members and I did it, so I can confirm that is policy. What annoyed me immensely was that we planned our visit based on information from the official Versailles website - that there were no strollers/prams/pushcars allowed nor baby carriers. So we followed that guidance and we bought 2 tickets at different times one for my husband to go through and one for me to go through, alone, while the other parent stayed with our child. Since we couldn't fathom taking a toddler thru without a stroller for comfort/containment. Much to my dismay when I arrived for my turn to tour the palace I saw stroller after stroller after stroller. Absolutely mind boggling. I asked a staff member at the audio guide desk...he said that because of COVID-19 their bag check room was out of commission and thus there was nowhere for strollers to be stored/checked, so they were letting people use them. Well gee, it would have been nice to know that in advance. What a waste of time, misinformation is rampant in the booking process and their own website, and they are not catering to families if they are not sharing any updates on the new stroller policy. Ridiculous.