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The Tourist Offices | The 26 towns

Information desks are available in Barbizon, Bourron-Marlotte and Fontainebleau Tourism Offices.

Fontainebleau Tourisme

Fontainebleau tourisme

The safety and well-being of visitors In & Around Fontainebleau is our priority. Understandably it’s a difficult decision to practice physical activities again, get away for the weekend or plan a short break as you did previously without the importance of knowing that every effort has been made to reassure and make you feel safe during your well-deserved “me-time”.  The Pays de Fontainebleau and its forest offer extensive natural areas, kilometres of trails, paths and large open spaces which meet the requirements of the physical distance measures recommended by the public health authorities. After 2 months of exceptional closure, the Tourist Office of the Pays de Fontainebleau reopens its reception desk on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 1pm. The tourist advisers are there to listen to you, answer your questions, and give you recommendations to plan a stay in the respect and safety of all.

Qualité Tourisme Label

Read the quality pledge of Fontainebleau Tourisme below. This quality label guarantees you excellent service, a skilled team and a ready ear for the needs of our visitors and partners.                   Our quality pledge:
> To welcome you with courtesy and a smile,
> To open every of the year except 25 December and…

Tourism & Disability

Accessibility for all, everywhere, at a single click The website www.accessible.net provides details of barrier-free tourist and cultural attractions in Paris and Ile-de-France. Including museums, châteaux, tourist offices, theatres, hotels and restaurants, it offers a rich choice of quality sites. From families with pushchairs and people in wheelchairs to the visually or hearing impaired, everyone can find the places best equipped…

Sustainable Development


Adopt the eco-attitude! Discover all the different ways Pays de Fontainebleau is fostering sustainable development through its heritage attractions and its commitment to ecotourism. > Information and awareness-raising among visitors to the forest, château and town,
> Environmental conservation by encouraging eco-responsible habits and attitudes,
> Compliance with litter regulations in the town, forest and château and adopting environmentally aware behaviour,
> Committed…

Frequently asked questions


To help you plan your stay, here is a list of the questions visitors ask most frequently. Where is the château of Fontainebleau and what are its opening hours ? The Château is situated in the town of Fontainebleau. It is open to visitors every day except Tuesday from 9.30am to 6pm (from April to September) and from 9.30am to 5pm (from October to March). The gardens…