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Guided tours of the archaeological digs on the Gergovia plateau 2024

For the 2024 season, archaeological research resumes on the sector of the “Quartier des Artisans”, on the southern edge of the Gergovia plateau. These excavations focus on re-examining the main access to the fortified Gallic city…

The 2024 event program at the Gergovia Museum

Discover all our museum activities in 2024. This year, discover the archaeological sites of Gergovia and Corent with our original activities and outdoor guided tours. Whatever the season, come and visit the Archaeological Museum of the Battle of Gergovia and immerse yourself in a lively and interactive journey into the heart of the Gallic Wars and the legendary Battle of Gergovia between Julius Caesar and Vercingetorix.

What’s on the summer 2023 in Gergovia and Corent: guided tours and cultural activities

This summer, discover the archaeological sites of Gergovia and Corent with our outdoor guided tours. In addition to your visit of the Archaeological Museum of the Battle of Gergovia, let yourself be guided under the sun of the Auvergne to discover History where it was enacted.

Guided tours of the archaeological digs on the Gergovia plateau

This summer, archaeological research resumes on the sector of the “Quartier des Artisans”, near the P2 South gate car park on the southern edge of the plateau. These excavations focus on re-examining the main access to the fortified Gallic city…

What’s on in 2023

This year, discover the archaeological sites of Gergovia and Corent with our original activities and outdoor guided tours. Whatever the season, come and visit the Archaeological Museum of the Battle of Gergovia and immerse yourself in a lively and interactive journey into the heart of the Gallic Wars and the legendary Battle of Gergovia between Julius Caesar and Vercingetorix.

Summer guided tours 2022

This summer, discover the archaeological sites of Gergovie and Corent with our outdoor guided tours. Under the sun of Auvergne, come and visit the Archaeological Museum of the Battle of Gergovia and immerse yourself in a lively and interactive journey into the heart of the Gallic Wars and the legendary Battle of Gergovia between Julius Caesar and Vercingetorix.