The museum and the remains of the Abbey

Between the beginning of July, usually after the end of the scolar year up to the third weekend of august included the museum is open every day, except Tuesdays, from 3-7pm. During the rest of the year visits can be made by appointment.

Every afternoon at 5pm, except Tuesdays, a qualified guide conducts visits of the medieval vestiges of the Abbey, comprising: the former cloister, the Abbey church in the Romantic style, the monastic buildings, the Gothic Abbey chateau, the Abbey gardens and their enclosing wall.

♦ Cost of visits:

  • museum 2.50 €
  • guided visit of the Abbey 3 €
  • guided visit of the museum and Abbey 4 €
  • reduction for students under 18
  • free for children under 12.

♦ Group rates:

  • from 1 to 19 people : 2.50 € per person
  • from 20 to 39 people: 2 € per person
  • from 40 to 60 people: fixed rate of 70 € for the group.


Concerts and art exhibitions are organised throughout the summer (see the diary).

We also participate in the annual Heritage Days, held in mid-September  (journées du patrimoine).

The Guyenne-Gascogny Cluniac walk (chemin clunisien de Guyenne-Gascogne)

Since 2011 the association has been involved in the creation of the Guyenne-Gascogny Cluniac walk, with the support of various communal representatives. The walk is around 100 km long, links the commune of Agen to that of Moissac and crosses a total of 25 communes in two regions: Aquitaine and Midi-Pyrenees. On the route are four important Cluniac sites: the abbeys of Moissac and Saint Maurin and the priories of Layrac and Moirax. Our Cluniac route constitutes one part of the Major Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe. Two other regions, the Auvergne and the Jura, have begun creating their own Cluniac routes.