Coming to Bibracte with a group of adults

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Archaeology
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restaurant - visite guidée

1 day

Enjoy the best of Bibracte in a group and in one day!

Accompanied by a guide as passionate as he is exciting, set off to discover the museum and the archaeological site of Bibracte. Throughout the visit, discover how life was organised in the oppidum some 2000 years ago.

Afterwards, a delicious meal inspired by Gallic cuisine awaits you at the restaurant Le Chaudron. Here, the dishes are made of ceramic and, like the Gauls, you will eat without a fork! An unforgettable adventure and an original taste experience, which will allow you to discover archaeology from a culinary point of view.

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Dates / Timetable :

de mars à novembre

Prices :

29 € per person (excluding drinks)

15% surcharge on foreign language entertainment (English, German, Dutch).


Length of activity :

1 day

Reservation required

Archaeology
visite guidée

1h30

At the foot of the archaeological site, the museum presents the history of Bibracte, the Gallic capital, and current archaeological research.

Built in 1995 at the entrance to the site by the architect Pierre-Louis Faloci, the museum paints a portrait of Bibracte, an ephemeral city, in the light of the latest archaeological discoveries.

The upper gallery, which forms the first part of the permanent exhibition, presents the two hundred or so oppida (vast fortified sites) that suddenly took over the Celtic world towards the end of the 2nd century BC. At the end of the Iron Age, this original urban phenomenon suddenly transformed a vast area of Europe into a territory structured by a network of towns and led to the foundation of Bibracte around 100 BC.

The lower gallery of the museum examines the archaeological record of Bibracte in great detail - the ramparts, the quarters, the craftsmen's workshops and houses, the public spaces, etc. - to see that the evolution of the oppidum bears witness to a radical change at a key moment in history: between the founding of Bibracte and its abandonment a century later, Gaul became Roman.

Practical infos
Dates / Timetable :

de mars à novembre

Prices :

Up to 12 people: €80 flat rate
More than 12 people: 6 € per person

15% surcharge on foreign language animations (English, German, Dutch).


Length of activity :

1h30

Reservation required

Archaeology
Art
visite libre

2h

Go back in time in the footsteps of archaeologists to discover the daily life of the inhabitants of Bibracte and of Celtic Europe in the process of urbanisation.

Built in 1995 at the entrance to the site by the architect Pierre-Louis Faloci, the museum paints a portrait of Bibracte, an ephemeral city, in the light of the latest archaeological discoveries.

The upper gallery, which forms the first part of the permanent exhibition, presents the two hundred or so oppida (vast fortified sites) that suddenly took over the Celtic world towards the end of the 2nd century BC. At the end of the Iron Age, this original urban phenomenon suddenly transformed a vast area of Europe into a territory structured by a network of towns and led to the foundation of Bibracte around 100 BC.

The lower gallery of the museum examines the archaeological record of Bibracte in great detail - the ramparts, the quarters, the craftsmen's workshops and houses, the public spaces, etc. - to see that the evolution of the oppidum bears witness to a radical change at a key moment in history: between the founding of Bibracte and its abandonment a century later, Gaul became Roman.

Practical infos
Dates / Timetable :

de mars à novembre

Prices :

5,50 € / person


Length of activity :

2h

Reservation required 

Unusual
restaurant

1 to 2h

At the Chaudron, no wild boar, but a menu concocted from ingredients known to the Gauls, served in dishes identical to those of the inhabitants of Bibracte. Meet in this atypical place for a group lunch.

In the restaurant "Le Chaudron", at the foot of the archaeological site, you will taste a menu prepared with the ingredients known to the Gauls, in an original place and atmosphere. If your group consists of more than 60 people, we can offer you the possibility to have the meal in our company restaurant in the village of Glux-en-Glenne.

Practical infos
Dates / Timetable :

de mars à novembre

Prices :

Up to 20 people, excluding drinks: 360 € package

More than 20 people, excluding drinks: €18 Evening supplement package: €120

Drinks package: 6 € per person

* drinks: white wine (1 bottle for 6) or red wine (1 bottle for 4) or beer (1 per person) + 1 coffee per person


Length of activity :

1 to 2h

Reservation required

Archaeology
Nature
Landscape
visite guidée

3h

Grab your walking sticks and set off on a 3-hour guided tour combining nature, culture and archaeology.

Do you like walking and would you like to combine the discovery of the archaeological site of Bibracte with that of an exceptional natural site? 
Do you like to hear about history but also about the local fauna and flora?
Put on your shoes, we'll take you on a 3-hour walk, with a guide who knows all about the history of Bibracte, the work of the archaeologists, but also about the evolution of the landscape and the wild animals familiar with the area.

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Dates / Timetable :

de mars à novembre

Prices :

Up to 12 people: €160 flat rate

More than 12 people: 10 € per person

15% surcharge on foreign language animations (English, German, Dutch).


Length of activity :

3h

Reservation required

Archaeology
Nature
Landscape
visite guidée

2h

By following one of Bibracte's guides, discover all the secrets of the Aeduan capital that disappeared under the forest.

Take advantage of the knowledge of our guides to discover the progress of research on the Gallic town of Bibracte, which is buried under the forest and whose remains extend over nearly 2 km. 2000 years ago, its population reached several thousand inhabitants.

Under a hundred-year-old beech tree, a guide will take you back to Bibracte's heyday for two hours, showing you the public buildings, the craftsmen's buildings and the dwellings. He will explain the work of the archaeologists, whom you will probably come across on the site in summer, and show you their latest discoveries.

Practical infos
Dates / Timetable :

de mars à novembre

Prices :

Up to 12 people: 90 €/ More than 12 people: 6,50 € per person

15% surcharge on foreign language animations (English, German, Dutch).


Length of activity :

2h

Reservation required

Archaeology
animation - visite guidée

2h

Take advantage of your guided tour of the museum to reproduce the gestures of Gallic craftsmen and archaeologists.

As a complement to the guided tour of the museum, and in order to better understand the gestures of a Gallic craftsman, take it in turns to put yourself in his shoes and in those of an archaeologist. Choose your workshop and strike a coin, make a fibula (Gallic brooch) or reconstitute a ceramic...

Practical infos
Dates / Timetable :

de mars à novembre

Prices :

Up to 12 people: €90 flat rate

More than 12 people: €6.50 per person

15% surcharge on foreign language animations (English, German, Dutch).


Length of activity :

2h

Reservation required

Unusual
restaurant

30 min

An amazing Gallic wine tasting

Carenum, mulsum, turriculae, three kinds of spicy wines, all of them amazing. Your guide will introduce you to new flavours, which will surprise your taste buds, and will tell you about the tastes and drinking habits of the Gauls. You will take home with you the handmade ceramic beaker, a copy of the beakers found in the Bibracte excavations.

Practical infos
Dates / Timetable :

de mars à novembre

Prices :

Up to 20 people: 180 € fixed price

More than 20 people: 9 € per person (including ceramic cup to take away)

15% surcharge on foreign language events (English, German, Dutch).


Length of activity :

30 min

Reservation required

Organising a trip to Bibracte with a group

Are you organising an outing for a group of friends or an association? Bibracte is the ideal destination for an excursion or, better still, a full day out, which will enable you to discover an exceptional natural and historical site in a friendly atmosphere.

Choosing to come to Bibracte with your group is to ensure that you : 

. discovering a remarkable natural setting, with its particular charm, coupled with a living archaeological site.
. to learn about French history as you have never learned it before and to get to know the history of the inhabitants of the Gaulish town, thanks to passionate guides and presenters.
. experience archaeology and live unique moments: tasting of ancient wines, Gallic meals, workshops on Gallic crafts...
. benefit from services adapted to groups: bus parking, drop-off, shop, cloakroom, private restaurant outside the period when it is open to the general public.
Choose your own formula according to your interests, your desires and the time you have available.

Download the group brochure (in french)

Contact

To book a group offer or to build a tailor-made offer together, contact Justine Lemoine, booking officer, by email or by phone (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 9am to 5pm) :