Musée de Bibracte


GPS 46.9322, 4.04752

Type : Museum

Theme : Archeology, Gallo-Roman, History, Children's museum

Category : National museum , Listed or registered (CNMHS)

The Bibracte site (former Gallic capital), including the archaeological dig sites on the Mont Beuvray, attracts researchers from throughout Europe. The museum of Bibracte provides an insight into the archaeological approach and the Celtic civilisation in Europe. Audiovisual materials, models, reconstitutions of living quarters and crafts workshops, slide shows and historical objects with commentary provided by self-guided cassette recordings (in F, GB, D and NL). Unrestricted access to the site all year round. Groups welcome all year by appointment. Adaptable theme-based visits (museum and/or site) can be organised for groups. Daylong events built around the Gaul civilisation complete with workshops (money minting, fabrication of the original Gaul broach), a novelty restaurant around the theme of Gallic cuisine and tasting of wines produced according to ancient practices.

Spoken languages :

  • French
  • German
  • English
  • Dutch
  • Free visit constantly

Average visit duration : 90 min

  • Guided group visit on request
  • Free group visit constantly

Average visit duration : 90 min


Group min. size: 20

Label :

  • Aventure mômesGrand Site de France

Tourism & handicap label :

  • Hearing handicap
  • Mental handicap

Payment methods :

  • Credit card
  • Payment cards
  • Cheques and postal orders
  • Holiday vouchers
  • Cash
  • Eurocard - Mastercard
  • Visa

Amenities :

  • Restaurant

Services :


Activities :

Temporary exhibitions

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