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> Self-guided tour with visiting documents in French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Breton, Czech (estimated duration: 30 min)
> Guided tour in French
Guided tours of the monument (included in the visit) at : 11am, 2.30pm and 4pm
From May: extra hours
Duration : 45 mn
For groups: school groups (30 pupils maximum): €20 (price change on 1st September)
Reservation for groups on 02 98 67 24 73
> Specific public visits
Free of charge for the disabled visitor and his/her companion.
Please bring a receipt.
Phone : 02 98 67 24 73
> Gift and book shop
> Rest benches
> You are free to pass through the opening of a dolmen, but as they are quite low (approximately 1 metre), it is recommended that you keep your head down to avoid contact with the stone. The land is partially on a slope; no running and it is forbidden to climb up onto the cairn.
> No dogs except for assistance dogs
> Physically Impaired: the welcome building and the monument are not accessible.
> Visually Impaired: the welcome building and the visitor journey around the monument are not adapted. To facilitate your visit, we recommend that you come accompanied. Specially-adapted visitor notebooks available at the welcome desk.
> Visitors with Developmental or Learning Disabilities: "easy to read and understand" visitor notebooks available at the welcome desk.
> Assistance dogs allowed.
> Stick seats available at the welcome desk.
> Rest benches on site.
Long de 75 mètres et haut de 5, cet ensemble regroupe deux cairns juxtaposés qui abritent 11 tombes à couloir. La façade nord, qui a servi de carrière de pierres, montre à nu certaines chambres des dolmens et comment elles s’insèrent dans une architecture monumentale.