The museum is located at the foot of Mount Beuvray, where once was ancient Bibracte, capital of the Haedui, a Gallic people. It is both a window onto ongoing archeological research and onto the overall Celtic civilisation.
Une invitation à suivre la trace de bijoux en bronze de femmes gauloises le long d’un itinéraire qui, de la Bourgogne à la Sicile grecque, en passant par les côtes du Languedoc, unit les extrémités du monde connu des Grecs.
Réouverture du musée Le 16 mars 2014, le musée de Bibracte rouvre ses portes avec une exposition permanente entièrement renouvelée.
The visitor is plunged into the world of the Gauls through reconstructions, scenes from daily life, clear explanations about the objects and the buildings, with attractive, scientific precision, regularly enhanced as the excavations progress that take place near the oppidum and which can be visited in good weather.
Display all data Services parking - shop - bookshop - access for the handicapped - Gallic restaurant - tea room
Timetable For individuals, every day from mid-March until mid-November: from 10am to 6pm and until 7pm in July and August. Open all year for groups on guided tours and school pupils. .
Entrance fees Entrance to museum (individual tour with audioguide): full price 5.75, reduced price 4.25, free for under 12 years old accompanied by their parents Site passport (guided tour of site + museum unaccompanied): full price 9.50, reduced price 7.25 Super passport (guided tour of ramparts + museum unaccompanied): full price 13, reduced price 10 Bibracte Thursday (summer presentation for 8-14 year olds): 8 €"
The Centre's main mission is to guide research at the Bibracte site by teams from various universities and research institutes, and to maximise the value of this research, particularly using the site's museum.
- Documentary resources centre A documentary research centre located on the premises of the research centre, makes available specialist works on archeology and Celtic civilisation to researchers and interns.