Abbey of Seuilly

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    Founded around 1100 by the Benedictine order, partially destroyed and rebuilt in the XVth and XVIIth centuries, the Abbaye de Seuilly was made famous by author François Rabelais, who studied here. It is now home to the Permanent Centre for Environmental Initiatives in the Loire Valley (CPIE) and the Country Institute of the United Municipalities of the Left Bank of the Vienne. The gardens are dedicated to François Rabelais.

    Spoken languages ​​:French, English
    Languages ​​documentation:French, English
    Visiting languages:French
    Home groups:yes
    Information panel :French English

    Means of payment

    • Debit cards
    • Postal or bank cheques
    • Cash

    Period (s)MorningAfternoonOpening dayClosing day
    04/04/2020 - 27/09/2020 - -Monday

    Individual visits

    Free visit (permanence):yes
    Free visit (request):yes
    Guided tour (permanence):no
    Guided tour (request):yes
    Duration of the visit:00:30
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    Group tours

    Free visit (permanence):yes
    Free visit (request):
    Guided tour (permanence):no
    Guided tour (request):yes
    Duration of the visit:00:30
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    • Picnic area
    • Parking
    • Specific theme activities
    • Temporary exhibitions
    • Shop
    • Abbey
    • Botanical garden
    • Gastronomy

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