Le Village Gaulois, L'Archeosite, Rieux-Volvestre

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  • Had a great family visit. The guides are extremely well informed and the demonstrations are fascinating. Overall a really good activity to learn about life long ago. Be careful to make sure you can ge...  more »
  • A different and fascinating day out , Different themed "iron age " early Gaul houses spread over site were equipped with themes and demonstrated topics as wide as basket ware , weaving , coinage , pot...  more »
  • We did not find this is any brochure, luckely for us it was on trip advisor. Nice village with the most important labours displayed. Not to crouded. Optional demonstrations, though french only  more »
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  • A very nice output. You learn to fun (or the opposite). Everything is clean, well maintained, the animations are rich and the staff very friendly. No surprises since everything is very well explained on the website of the surprises on the contrary given the quality and beauty of the site. I don't regret any euro spent to go, one regrets only to have to leave at 6 pm. We will be back.
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  • Field trip: a passionate guide and a very well maintained village. However, the speech n was not suitable for students from grades 1-, who did not understand much of the vocabulary. And the 2: 00 in the morning were a race to know what were the inoccupees houses that we could visit. May be that if the houses were broken down by guide, there will be fewer detours. A track game that allows students to use what was seen in the morning, very good idea! The guide also gave us flyers, an A4 sheet with a class game and small things to visit. For the operation carried out in class, lacked us a plan.
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  • Great great place team after noon at the top! Thank you we will be back soon especially change absolutely anything your passion drives the heart of children and adults of the most beautiful in the way! 5 stars ++
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  • We came this summer, with your family, for the attack of the Gaulish village by the Romans. That was awesome! I don't understand these negative reviews on lack of animation or rates. There are many other places have much higher rates and do not offer the quality of what we have discovered here. Already it's beautiful, very well maintained, the staff is very friendly and professional and people are passionate. Loved it! We arrived at 10: 00 and we went back to the closing! We talked with the Romans, Gauls, some of them came from far away, and others were volunteers from the next village. The craftsmen were all passionate and exciting. The Bard is crossed regularly had the gift to transport you into another world... the atmosphere of this place is really very soothing and totally exotic. The children were delighted, they made their currency, painted their shields and were even able to learn to the archery! Not really the price of admission is not a brake, it was really very full and you are not forced to consume, you choose! We'll be back that's for sure!
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