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Versailles King's Chamber Tour

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We will be in Paris at the end of August and plan to spend a day in Versailles. A friend who visited Versailles last year told me that we should reserve the King's Chamber tour online in advance to avoid waiting in the long entrance lines. She remembers taking the tour in mid to late morning, but when I go to the Versailles website, I only see one tour in English, which is at 9:30am. I'd prefer not to have to deal with getting to the RER very early in the morning, as we expect to be still dealing with jet lag (but we definitely will if we have to). I'm wondering if I'm missing something or if my friend is mistaken about the time she took her tour. Is there really only one King's Chamber tour per day in English?

Also, I find the ticketing somewhat confusing, so correct me if I'm wrong, but if we buy the King's Chamber tour tickets, we must also buy either a palace admission ticket or a passport (if we want to see the Trianon Palaces and Marie-Amtionette's estate)...yes?

I'm responsible for booking for our group of four and don't want to mess this up!

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