Discover the Arthurian legends of the French side of the Channel. The Arthurian Centre is a cultural centre consecrated to the legends of King Arthur, the Knights of the Round Table and the imaginary worlds of the forest of Broceliande, promoting the heritage of myths and legends.

You can : Explore Brocéliande with a storyteller guide, see shows, exhibitions and participate in special events. Discover the best of the latest art on the forest and its legends. Understand through workshops and conferences, the world of King Arthur and its links with the myths and fairytales of the forest. Help to valorise this unique heritage of legends for the general public and artists by the development of cross-cultural projects.

The Arthurian Centre offers
Guided visits
to the key sites in the forest of Brocéliande with a storyteller in English
On site in these places of Brocéliande forest discover the Arthurian legends of the French side of the Channel
Themed exhibitions available for for hire : Merlin, Arthur, The Knights of the Round Table…
Shows with storytelling
Live the adventures of Broceliande as if you were there
Legends, their origins and re-invention into the latest versions
Design a coat of arms, learn to sword fight or create a tale
A unique Bookshop
With over 500 titles for greater depth, pleasure and amusement.
Lots of books and reference material available in English
King Arthur’s camp
An exceptional reconstitution with up to 50 people in costume


bande 2 v2

bande 1 V2

Come to the Arthurian Centre

– The Chateau of Comper (March to October) The must ! Constructed in the middle ages it’s the Broceliande castle. Here Merlin built the legendary crystal city for Viviane the fairy and Sir Lancelot in the lake. The castle grounds hold the essence of the forest: the oldest trees, the lake itself and moor land. Lots of events are held within the red stone walls of the castle which also houses the now legendary summer exhibition.

– Petite Maison des Legendes (October to March) Bookshop, exhibitions, cultural activities, reference library and artist-in-residence.

– Available all year round for events, festivals, book fairs, community libraries and schools.

For further informations, click here.