Opening Times2020 season

The Governor’s House is open from April to October :


June :

10am – 12.30pm / 2pm- 5pm



10am – 1pm / 2pm – 6pm



10am – 1pm / 2pm – 6pm


10am – 1pm / 2pm – 6pm


Tuesday 2pm – 5 pm
Thursday, Friday, Sunday
10am -12.30pm / 2pm – 5pm


(Schedules subject to change due to health conditions)

From November to March, the Governor’s House is closed to the public but can be reserved for special group visits, conferences and scholarly activities.

Prices2020 season

Temporary exhibition


Permanent exhibition – individuals

Normal rate : 4 €

Reduced rate : 2,5 € (12 to 18-year-olds, students, job-seekers, disabled people and their guides)

FREE for children under the age of 12 and inhabitants of Najac (with a proof of residence)

Permanent exhibition – groups (Minimum 10 people)

Reduced rate : 2,5 €

FREE for primary schools from the six certified towns

New 2021

  • OT Visit Pass – Fortress Entrance – Governor’s House Entrance
  • PASS visit OT and Governor’s House

All the information to find at the West Aveyron Tourist Office

Acces & contact

05 65 81 94 47

Getting to Najac

Located at 23km from Villefranche-of-Rouergue, 50km from Albi, 29km from Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val, Najac is at the head of the Aveyron valleys where they cross the departments of the Aveyron, Tarn and Tarn-and-Garonne.


Accessible for people with limited mobility.
Please note that the streets of Najac are very narrow so direct access is not possible by car. There are car parks for visitors very close to the centre.

Contact us filling the contact form for any questions or thoughts:

Données personnelles

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Exposition temporaire, Maisons en pan de bois, un art de bâtir de juin à octobre

Conférence Du pan de bois à l’âtre, Del clapet al canton, de Christian-Pierre Bedel, directeur de la collection Al Canton, vendredi 28 mai à 18h30

Conférence Observer et protéger les oiseaux du jardin de Jean-Louis Cance, membre de la LPO Aveyron, vendredi 4 juin à 18h30