Aubazine Abbey

Built by St Étienne and his companions in the 12C and affiliated to the Cistercian order in 1147, the abbey comprises several monastic buildings which house a chapter room, scriptorium, kitchen and dormitory. A fishpond, fountain and the garden of the 12C cloisters may also be visited. No visits on Sunday mornings. Closed on Monday.

No self-guided visits, guided visits of about 1h30 without prior reservation. Please arrive at the entrance of the abbey at least 5/10 minutes before the start of the visit. Opening hours: see the Abbey's website.

Covid-19 Information: Health pass required. Health measures are in place to protect visitors and our volunteers . Wearing a mask is mandatory and physical distances must be respected while maintaining an impeccable quality of welcome and visit.

Dates

From 8th April to 12th June 2023 daily except Monday from 15:00
From 13th June to 17th September 2023 daily from 15:00, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 11:00
From 18th September to 8th October 2023, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 15:00
From 9th October to 12th November 2023, Wednesday and Sunday from 15:00

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