The Viaduct Exhibition

The Viaduct Exhibition, at the Millau Viaduct Rest Area

Dive into the world of this concrete and steel giant. With 220 m² of floorspace containing a fully immersive show, an augmented reality model, and exclusive pictures of the contruction… You are in for an unforgettable experience!

Our museographic space was organized to enjoy your visit, while respecting sanitary measures.
Hydroalcoholic gel is available at the building entrance. Our premises are ventilated and cleaned several times a day by our teams, appropriately trained for this new sanitary protocol.

The number of visitors is restricted in each zone, in order to explore our interactive and immersive spaces in complete safety.

From July 25, 2021, a health pass is required at the entrance to the buildings, for adults aged 18 and over.
This measure concerns access to the Espace Gourmand, Espace Aveyron, the Viaduc Expo and the Millau Viaduct shop.
Wearing a mask remains compulsory in indoor areas.

5 good reasons for visiting the Viaduct Exhibition

  • Enjoy a free museum display, open all year round
  • Take a break on your route to admire a world-famous engineering structure.
  • Let your emotions guide you; total immersion in the heart of the Grands Causses area
  • Pictures to show you the stages and key figures in the construction of this extraordinary structure
  • Get an overview from the belvedere to enjoy the panoramic view… and the viaduct!

Practical information

Opening hours in 2022

Free exhibition, open 7 days a week, all year round (except 01/01 and 25/12)

  • 1/01 to 27/03 : 9am - 4.50pm
  • 28/03 to 07/07 : 9am - 5.50pm
  • 08/07 to 31/08 : 9am - 6.50pm
  • 01/09 to 30/09 : 9am - 5.50pm
  • 01/10 to 06/11 : 10am - 5.50pm
  • 07/11 to 31/12 : 9am - 4.50pm


The Millau Viaduct Rest Area can be accessed from the A75 motorway in both directions, or from Millau via the D911 road and the Boulevard du Viaduc.
Have a look at the map.

Not to be missed on the Millau Viaduct Rest Area

Gourmet dining area - «Get a taste»

Michel Bras, with some help from his brother André and his son Sébastien, created a buckwheat and rye flour recipe. In 2008, the first ever Capucins were baked at the Millau Viaduct Rest Area. This cone-shaped pancake is cooked on the spot and filled with local produce.
Have a break - come and «Get a taste of Aveyron» at the Gourmet dining area!

Open 7 days a week, from the end of March to the end of October

+33 (0)5 65 61 65 28

Aveyron visitors’ area - «Come and visit»

Around a central courtyard, amid both old and new building styles, visitors can walk from room to room, discovering Aveyron’s riches and know-how, as well as its natural and cultural heritage.
Make sure you ask our holiday advisers from the Tourism Development Agency for information and brochures!

Open 7 days a week, all year round (except 01/01 and 25/12)

+33 (0)5 65 62 19 16

Souvenir shop - «Get your gifts here»

Postcards, magnets, children’s books… get a souvenir to remind you of your visit to Millau Viaduct!

+33 (0)5 65 61 61 55