Co-designed by the City of Poitiers and the Centre d'études supérieures de civilisation médiévale / CESCM (University of Poitiers-CNRS), this exhibition will be freely accessible to the public. from Tuesday to Sunday, from 11am to 6pm and even until 8pm on Thursdays.The Salle des Pas Perdus and the Maubergeon Tower (departures every 30 minutes) are open to the public.
An emblematic building in Poitiers, the Palace of the Dukes of Aquitaine is one of the most remarkable groups of medieval civil architecture in France.
Residence of the Counts of Poitou - Dukes of Aquitaine, it has seen the passage of some of the illustrious figures of French History, whose imprint it still bears: William the Great, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Alfonso of Poitiers, Pope Clement V, King Philip IV the Fair, John of Berry. A place of power, then a court house, it has seen the centuries pass, witnessing the great events of French History.
"The Palace of the Dukes of Aquitaine, in the heart of Poitiers."
Tuesday to Sunday at 10 am from July 16 to August 30.
Tariff : 4 € or free under conditions Duration : 1h
Limited group, registration required no later than the day before the visit.
Staggered tours of the Palace
Dramatized visits proposed by the company Les Ateliers du Panorama and imagined by François Sabourin, co-written with Jeff Thiebaut.
Schedules to be specified
"Carmen: A Film and a Wind & Harp Octet."
Sunday, September 20 at 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Within the framework of the European Heritage Days. Free, limited gauge. Duration: 50 min.
According to the sanitary conditions applicable at this time, a gauge of 50 people present at the same time in the Palace of the Dukes of Aquitaine will be applied and the wearing of masks is compulsory.