25 centuries of history in miniatures !

Located at the foot of the castle of Bonaguil in St-Front-sur-Lémance village,
MiniStoria is awaiting you for an innovating and recreational historic visit.
Rediscover History through stunning figurines, impressive dioramas
as well as a collection of items and costumes of all periods.

Our collections

The lead of your visit will be the display of dioramas of figurines illustrating key events of
World History through the major discoveries, the important battles
and other highlights through centuries.
Most famous painters and sculptors will show you their best works
to make you experience again big events from Antiquity to nowadays.

Information at +33 (0)5 53 75 31 69Information at +33 (0)5 53 75 31 69
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School and tourist parties

School parties: 4 € per child – ask for information and reservation.
Tourist parties over 10 persons: ask for information and reservation.
Use this form or call + 33 (0)5 53 75 31 69

Opening hours and ticket prices

From April 1st to November 11th
10 am to 7 pm

From November 12th to March 31st
Only on reservation

5€ Adults and children over 10

Adults and children over 10: 5 euros
Children between 6 and 10: 2 euros
Children under 6: free
Holiday vouchers accepted.

School parties
or tourist parties over 10 persons,
ask for information and reservation
+ 33 (0)5 53 75 31 69
contact@ministoria.com

2€ Children between 6 and 10

How to get to
the castle of Bonaguil

From Bordeaux:
Motorway A62, direction Toulouse/Agen,
exit 6, direction Villeneuve-sur-Lot,
then direction Fumel

From Paris:
Motorway A10, direction Bordeaux,
then A20, direction Toulouse,
exit 57, direction Villeneuve-sur-Lot/Cahors

From Toulouse:
Motorway A620, direction Bordeaux, then A62, direction Bordeaux,
exit 9, direction Castelsarrazin, then direction Moissac, then direction Fumel
(follow the road sign to the castle of Bonaguil).

Thanks

This museum could not have been set up without some persons spurred on by the same passion. We thank Patrick Auquinet, Eric Bajard, Guy Bibeyran, Dominique Breffort, Thierry Cassegrain, Christian Cauchois, Mr le Docteur Cazenave, Catherine Césario, Claude Couillard, José Debiève, Bernard et Jean-Pascal Delorme, Edith et Jean-Pierre Duthilleul, A.J. Faucoulanche, Andy Floers, Michel Formentel, Philippe Gabard, Arnaud Godet, Dominique Gourbeau, Frédéric Harant, Frédéric Harymbat, Guy Lemaire, Jacques Moncomble, Nicolas Moyns, Philippe Perrad, Jean-Claude Philippon, Richard Poisson, René Prévost, Frédéric Tourdres, as well as Prince August society and the museum of Tulette for their support.
We apologize to all those we may have forgotten to name.