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Millau Viaduct

Domaine(s) : Cars

Region : Midi-Pyrénées

Photo by Eric Broage
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The Viaduc Espace Info is brought to you by Eiffage guides.
You can :
- See exhibitions,
- Go to the gift shop,
- Enjoy a guided tour in the garden of The Explorers

Exhibition viaduct is led by Eiffage guides and you will discover a free access exhibition very well documented with:
- Signs,
- Models,
- A film about the construction of the viaduct and its operation.
A gift shop is also present.


The Viaduc Espace Info is open 7 days a week except on January the 1st and on December the 25th such as:
- From April to October : from 10:00 to 19:00
- From November to March : from 10:00 to 17:00.

The Viaduct Expo is open 7 days a week except on January the 1st and on December the 25th such as :
- From May to mid-September : from 09:00 to 19:30
- From mid-September to October: from 10:00 to 18:00
- From November to March : from 10:00 to 17:00. Disclaimer : The management team of the destination has the possibility to change the opening days and hours without prior communication.


The Explorers Garden is a 6000m² wide outdoor area that allows you to see demonstrations on how the uniques machines made to build this viduct work, to see models and to enjoy a unique perspective.

The different points of view listed here below allow you to see the viaduct:
- Cap de Coste- Brunas: From Millau , take towards Albi / Toulouse on the road RD992. At the exit of the Creissels village, take the first left towards Brunas. After 5km of a narrow road (only light vehicles are allowed), you reach the parking of the « spot ».
- Beautiful village of Peyre: From Millau , take towards Comprégnac via the D41 to the village of Peyre (at 7km at the West of Millau).
- Panoramic View Point: Take the exit 47 of the A75 to "La Cavalerie", then take to Millau via the D809 for 10km. Then the view spot will be at your right.
- Lerouge Bridge: This bridge is located at Millau and cross the Tarn at the old bridge level. Enjoy the view especially during the sunset, by foot or by car.
- Belvedere of Luzençon: From Millau, take to Albi / Toulouse to Saint George Luzençon . At the exit of the village , take the direction of Luzençon and its gazebo.
- Terrace of the Millau Belfry: The Belfry is an octagonal tower built during the 17th century and is overlooking the heart of Millau. It is open from mid-June to mid-September.
- The area of the Millau viaduct: From Millau, take the road RD991 towards Rodez / Lévézou Lakes. At the roundabout of the Bergers, 7km away in the Northwest of Millau, take the 4th exit towards Soulobres / Viaduct Area then follow the « Boulevard du Viaduc » until the parking outside the hiway area of the Millau Viaduct (Note: this area is also directly accessible from the A75 motorway).


Aire du Viaduc de Millau
12100 Millau

Two locations allow you to discover the viaduct:
- The Viaduc Espace Info: Cazalous , RD 992 , 12100 Creissels
- The Viaduct Expo: Area of the Millau Viaduct , Millau 12100

The viaduct is located on the A75 between Clermont-Ferrand and Beziers.
The exits of the highway around Millau are the followings:
- Exit 44.1: Levezou Lakes, Aguessac , Gorges du Tarn
- Exit 45: Access to Millau (Saint-Germain)
- Exit 46: Sainte-Affrique, Roquefort, Albi, Toulouse
- Exit 47: La Cavalerie, Roquefort, Sainte-Affrique.
The viaduct and its rest area are located between exits 45 and 46.

The Viaduc Espace Info: This area is located under the viaduct, at 5 minutes away from Millau towards Albi.
The Expo Viaduct is located in the Millau Viaduct rest area. It is accessible via the A75 or from outside the highway from the Boulevard du Viaduc (at 10 minutes from downtown by car).

N 44°04'53'', E 03°01'14''

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Photo by Eric Broage
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