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Plan your visit

Opening hours

In 2024, the Museum will be open from February 10th 2024 to January 5th 2025.

See the chart below or online for the opening hours depending on the season.


Closed on December 25th and January 1st – Open on all other French Bank holidays.

School period

Other school holidays
• April 6th – May 5th
• July 6th – September 1st
• October 19th – November 3rd
• December 21st – January 5th

Open Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
1 - 6 pm

Open 7 days a week, 1 - 6 pm
11 am - 7 pm during summer holidays

Admission prices

Available fare from February 10th 2024 to January 5th 2025
Average length of visit: 1h15

Adults: € 9
Concessions *: € 7
Young visitors (age 6 to 25): € 5

Free admission : children under 6
All-year Pass : € 20
Families : € 23 (2 adults and 2 youngsters)

* Disabled visitors, registered jobseekers, students with ID

FOR GROUP VISIT (more than 10 people) : Consult us : contact@musee-gergovie.fr / + 33 4 73 60 16 93

> Visit offers and opening hours for ADULT GROUPS

> Visit offers and opening hours for SCHOOLS AND YOUNG CHILDREN GROUPS


The Archaeological Museum of the Battle of Gergovia welcomes you on the Gergovia Plateau, 15km from Clermont-Ferrand and close to the motorway network.
Access by the A75, exit 4, then follow the signs “Gergovie et sites arvernes” and “Plateau de Gergovie” (via La Roche-Blanche, Chanonat then Opme).

⚠️ For large vehicles (motorhome and caravan), the road passing through the village of Gergovie is prohibited. Choose the signposted route.

On the roads leading to the Gergovia plateau, please drive carefully, the roads are narrow.


Le Musée Archéologique de la Bataille de Gergovie
Plateau de Gergovie
63670 La Roche-Blanche
GPS : 45.720358, 3.128730
Tél : +33 4 73 60 16 93

Things to know before you go

Foreign visitors at the Gergovia museum 

All the information, texts and multimedia of the Gergovia museum’s permanent exhibition are available in French and English. Guided tours in English, German and Italian are also available, and are subject to the availability of our registered tour guides.


With the exception of service dogs, animals are not allowed inside the museum, even if they are small or carried in a bag. On the archaeological site, all animals must be kept on a leash.

Visiting the Gergovia natural and archaeological site

Gergovia is a 70-hectare plateau with stony paths and some steep slopes. If you wish to enjoy your visit to the site, it is preferable to wear good shoes.

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