LE VIEIL-EVREUX

Site archéologique de Gisacum

Archaeological sites

Two thousand years ago, Gisacum was an exceptional city due to its size and its impressive monuments. The archaeological site of Gisacum allows you to explore this city thanks to the interpretation centre that explains the history of its foundation and the discovery made by archaeologists. The ruins of the public baths have pride of place in the archaeological garden, an original and educational setting as well as a pleasant place for a walk. With an antique city covering 250 hectares, the site of Gisacum is still being excavated by a dedicated team of archaeologists.
Contact details

Site archéologique de Gisacum

Mission archéologique départementale8 rue des Thermes

27930 LE VIEIL-EVREUX

Access

Road (national / departmental)

Phone : 02 32 31 94 78

Fax : 02 32 29 86 56

Booking

Obligatory for groups

Booking deadline : preferably at least 1 month in advance

Fixed telephone :

Type of reservation :

Direct reservation

Labels

  • Normandy Quality Tourism

Rates

Gratuities
Free for groups
Means of payment

Carte bleue

Debit cards

Postal or bank cheques

Cash

Services

Specially for families

Shop

Free WIFI

Activities

Supervised learning activity

Learning activity

Specific theme activities

Adult workshop

Junior workshop

Temporary exhibitions

Conferences

Facility

Guided tour

Educational visits

Coach Parking

Visits

VisitsIndividualGroup
Visite guidées sur demande - yes
Average time75 minutes120 minutes
Further informationFor the groups, guided tour of the interpretation centre and the archaeological garden.
Option: tasting ""Roman flavours"": presentation of Roman cooking and tasting of wines and culinary preparations presented on toasts (approximately 45 minutes).
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Group

Coach parking
Groups acccepted
Minimum number of people 10
Maximum number of people 30
- Explore Gisacum: explore the Gallo-roman city of Gisacum thanks to a guided tour of the interpretation centre and of the archaeological garden with the baths. - Botanical tour: learn more about Roman gardens and the use of plants in Antiquity (healing, cooking, etc.). - Archaeological walk: explore the garden, the temple excavation site and the ruins of the theatre during a walk in the village of Le Vieil-Evreux.

Further information

Environment : In the country