As we watched Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos push space flight into a new era over the last few weeks, we took a look back at the history of human flight and the role that French innovation has played in the industry.
On June 1, 1961, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline “Jackie” Kennedy visited the Palace of Versailles. It was the first official visit by an American head of state since Woodrow Wilson in 1919.
For over 350 years, the fountains at the Palace of Versailles have been showing off their water effects.
As spring arrives and the world around us is in bloom, we are thinking about the stunning gardens at the Palace of Versailles and looking forward to the day – hopefully soon – when we can visit again.
On November 28th, 1973, social elites gathered for a showdown between French and American designers in the Palace of Versailles.
While it may be a while before most of us can visit the Palace of Versailles in person, fortunately there are many ways to virtually visit and experience this historic property.
In coordination with the Palace of Versailles, we are pleased to offer updates about projects that are currently underway at the Palace.
These aerial views of Versailles highlight the many reasons why we are inspired to help with the effort to preserve the palace.
The French-American Cultural Foundation is very excited to announce a new partnership with the Palace of Versailles!