La Maison du Visiteur

Place Guillon
89450 - VEZELAY
Yonne
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An essential stop off point, during your climb up to the Vézelay Basilica, is the Maison du visiteur where you’ll discover the secrets of monk-builders and craftsmen. This genuine interpretive centre will reveal the secrets of the stonework and its symbols to you. A scale model, explanations and a slideshow will help you better understand this wonderful Roman masterpiece.

Spoken languages :

  • French
  • German
  • English

Groups

    Groups welcomed : yes

    Minimum size : 6

    Maximum size : 100

 

Last update : 15/01/2019

Documents languages

French German English Spanish Italian Dutch

On site activities

  • Adult workshop
  • Junior workshop
  • Conferences

Opening period

Opening date :
DateFrom
23Apr2019
DateTo
10Nov2019
Opening hours :
Morning
OpeningHourAMFrom10h00OpeningHourAMTo12h30
Afternoon
OpeningHourPMFrom14h00OpeningHourPMTo17h00
Closing days :
Sunday

Prices

InformationMin. RateMax. RateFurther information
Youth Rate6 €10.5 €
Child rate4 €8.5 €
Base rate - full rate adult9 €13.5 €Le tarif 13€50 inclut le passage dans la Basilique
Group rate8 €13.5 €

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