A day where nature meets archaeology
1 nature tour (in french)
1 free visit to the museum + visit to the temporary exhibition
1 Gallic meal at "Le Chaudron" restaurant
Grab your walking sticks and shoes and take a walk on Mont Beuvray in the heart of nature.
In the morning, we advise you to start your Nature Day with a free visit to the Bibracte Museum. Go back in time in the footsteps of the archaeologists, to discover the daily life of the inhabitants of Bibracte and of Celtic Europe in the process of urbanisation.
Then go to the restaurant "Le Chaudron", opposite the museum, to taste a Gallic menu. You will eat (without a fork) a meal prepared with organic and local products, in tableware reconstituted identically to Gallic tableware.
You are then ready to join your guide and start your nature outing. Put on your shoes, he will lead you on the slopes of the Mont Beuvray for a 3 hours walk! On Tuesdays throughout the summer, this tour alternates approaches and themes:
Protected by the forest, you will take the path along the ancient ramparts of the oppidum and then enter the Gallic town. During this visit, you will discover the excavation sites in progress as well as spectacular landscapes and a preserved natural environment.
Visits proposed on Tuesdays 6 July, 27 July and 3 August (in french)
The Beuvray strolls
A visit that fills the eyes and the head! The strolls offer you an approach to the whole of Mont Beuvray, the eye is drawn to everything and the mind is carried away. An archaeologist's step, a botanist's step, a storyteller's step, a geographer's step... Your guide will take you in search of the spirit of the place by way of side roads. Some slopes are a little steep but the itinerary is accessible to all.
Visits proposed on Tuesdays 13 July, 17 August and 31 August (in french)
The visits of the Morvan Regional Nature Park
Once again this year, the Park's agents will tell you about their vision of the Mont Beuvray forest and the way it is managed and protected.
Visits proposed on Tuesdays 20 July and 10 August (in french)