Bibracte is not just a museum and an archaeological site! It is also a number of development projects carried out by researchers and mediators.
The Joseph Déchelette European Archaeology Prize highlights the work of a young protohistorian archaeologist by supporting him or her in the period following the completion of their doctoral thesis.
Created in 2018, the Jacques Lacarrière Literary Prize is awarded every two years to a French-language text of the highest literary standard, extending the writer's spirit.
Educational resources to fight archaeological looting and illicit trafficking in cultural property.
A collaborative transcription of the Bibracte site archives and more particularly of the excavation notebooks of Jacques-Gabriel Bulliot, inventor of Bibracte in the 19th century.