Chateau Villemagne building from the XIIth century , opens its doors for a tour of its vineyards, cellars and tasting aging in its traditional cellar where we tell you about our work and our wines. You will discover an exhibition of Roman amphorae and tiles, flint arrowheads , polished axes , coins discovered in our vineyards ... as well as paintings, sculptures and photographs by local artists .
Reservations for groups of over 10 people .
MAISON DU PATRIMOINE DE LAGRASSE
16 rue Paul Vergnes 11220 LAGRASSE OFFICE DE TOURISME DU CANTON DE LAGRASSE tel : 04 68 43 11 56 / http://www.lagrasse.com firstname.lastname@example.org opening : January to March / October to December: Monday to Friday
From 10:30 to 13:00 and from 14:00 to 17:00
April to September: daily
From 10:30 to 13:00 and 14:00 to 18:00
Closed Christmas school holidays and New Year. price : Entrée libre
Pour la première fois, des œuvres originales restaurées de trois plafonds peints lagrassiens de la Renaissance et d’un rare plafond peint de la fin du Moyen-Age, provenant d’un hôtel particulier de Montpellier, sont présentées au public. Des reconstitutions de plafonds et de peintures murales à échelle 1 et des restitutions de charpentes en 3D inédites sont exceptionnellement montrées au public. Cinq audiovisuels animent les trois séquences de l’exposition sur 90 m2.
Walk into the old rebuilt village of Lagrasse : 300 m² of audio-guided visit, where the family collections of ancient objects lives (vineyard tools, antique crafts, dolls, jewellery, accessories …)
Continue with a sound and light show : Surround yourself in 1900’s Corbieres during the four seasons, and learn about the everyday – life and the vineyard work.
Finally, get on the old tramway of Aude, linking Lézignan-Corbières to Saint-Pierre-des-Champs, through our new 4D show. It will take you to the life in the 1900’s in our beautiful region, with its surprising sensory effects (vibrating seats, rain, wind ...) A big and unique show in Languedoc Roussillon !
This adventure ends with a taste journey. Cyril, the owner, will share his passion with you : he is wine and vinegar maker. Around 60 traditional products (vinegars, wines, olive oils, and aperitifs) will lead you to unexpected tasting, such as a candied fig balsamic vinegar, or a Fruité Noir olive oil, very little produced in France.
A treat from your eyes to your mouth, for the whole family !
Discover Lagrasse, one of the most beautiful villages in France, on this 90-minute stroll through its narrow cobbled streets. Along the way, between the town and the abbey, in squares and behind façades, there are stories to be told and a fascinating medieval story to be revealed.
Free under 12 years old.
Group rate for 6 or more people.
Starting point at la Maison du Patrimoine, Lagrasse.
ABBAYE DE LAGRASSE
4 rive gauche BP 4 11220 LAGRASSE ABBAYE DE LAGRASSE tel : 33 (0)4 68 43 15 99 / http://www.lagrasse.fr/ email@example.com opening : Open all year (except annual closure)
From 16 January to 31 March: Daily 10:00 to 5:00 p.m.
From April 1 to June 17: Daily 10:00 to 6:00 p.m.
From 18 June to 18 September: daily 10:00 to 7:00 p.m.
From 14 September to 31 October: daily 10:00 to 6:00 p.m.
From 1 November to 18 December: Daily 10:00 to 5:00 p.m. price : 4 €
At Lagrasse, one of the "Most Beautiful Villages of France", stands an old abbey famous Benedictine for its elegance and refinement.
Listed building, its buildings, the pre-Romanesque period to the eighteenth century, bear witness to its rich past.