Sunday, October 2

From the traces of construction to the traces of restoration and of the Abbey’s successive occupants, here is an unusual way to discover Noirlac.

From 14H30
To 16H30

Visit: "Traces"

From 1136 to 2022, almost 900 years of history… and so many traces written in the walls of the Abbey through the centuries:

– From the construction period: scaffolding and signs in the stones, romanesque and gothic architecture, traces of the 1st cloister…

– Souvenirs from the architectural changes of the 15th, 16th and 18th Centuries

– Ghosts of the 19th Century porcelain factory

These are all little pebbles left by time which will enable you to discover the history of Noirlac in a different way.


Useful information

- click "Ticketing"
- call 02 48 96 17 16


7 € Full price adults

4.5 € Reduced rate

Free Under 12s

Reduced rate applies to students, jobseekers, RSA beneficiaries, disabled, pass’Noirlac, YEPS and pass'culture holders, 12-25 year-olds. Proof of eligibilty required.
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