This map outlines the major palaces of the Île-de-France region that are open to the public. I have sorted them roughly by the primary architectural style they represent. Some Palaces, such as the Louvre, have changed substantially over time and express more than one style. In these cases, they represent the style for which they are most famous. While some palaces, such as Versailles and Fontainebleau, are already UNESCO Heritage sites, most of the palaces on this list are worth visiting in their own right.