The d'Artagnan Museum invites you to dive into the 17th century in the company of the Musketeers and d'Artagnan. Beware!
Come to discover the real life of d'Artagnan, he who left his village of Lupiac, around 1613 to become Captain of Musketeers, close friend of Louis XIV and later....A legend! An hour's visit with an audio guide takes you through a audio and visual experience. Numerous documents and reproductions of works evoke the real history of d'Artagnan as well as his historic context.
A little plus for the family: a game-leaflet for the children. Pencil in hand and eyes wide open, leave for the adventure of the Musketeers!
• with audio guide (French / English)
• written guide (French / English / German / Dutch / Russian)
On the spot: Souvenir shop, free parking, toilets, park.
July and August
: every day 10.30 - 19.00 ( Last ticket sold at 18.00)
: every day except Monday 10.30 - 18.00 (Last ticket sold at 17.00)
mid March - 30 June and 1 October - mid November
: every day except Monday 14.00 - 18.00 (Last ticket sold at 17.00)
Closed 1 January, 1 May, 25 December
For the test of the year phone the Mairie for information
Individuals: adult 6€, 12 - 18 yrs 5€, under 12 yrs 3€
Groups: schools 3€ per child, 5€ per adult, (paid for together by one person)
Chapelle Notre Dame,
Tel: +33(0)5 62 09 24 09
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