Museum of Woodworking and Heritage

Museum of Woodworking and Heritage

  • Animals accepted : Yes
  • Possibility of Internet connection : Free wi-fi
  • Methods of payment : Holiday vouchers
wifi Free wi-fi
Parking Free parking for cars
Animaux acceptés Yes



Also known as "The Authentic Museum", the woodworking and heritage space has been staffed since the year 2000 by passionate volunteers who are ready to show visitors vintage machinery and the beginning of mechanization.

Several times a day, guides present the ancestral know-how of the workers of yesteryear, and activate the vintage machines for the visitors. Loaded with history, the space of the wood trades and the heritage reserves beautiful anecdotes.

From October 1 to 18, group visits by prior arrangement only.


Open Tuesday to Sunday from 29th March to 29th September and from 19th October to 3rd November, 9 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 6 pm. During school holidays (spring, summer and in October) on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10am, special visits for families with children, only in French.

Durée de l'événement


Accueil et accès


750 m


Coordonnées GPS





Distance (km) et nom de la gare la plus proche




750 m


LATITUDE : 48,1045278832339
LONGITUDE 7,19131886959076


20 km





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Horaires d'ouverture de l'office de tourisme

De janvier à mai et de septembre à décembre :
Lundi à vendredi : 09h30 - 12h et 14h - 17h30
Samedi : 09h30 - 12h et 14h - 17h

En décembre permanence de l’Office de Tourisme
sur les marchés de Noël les week-ends
De juin à août :
Lundi à samedi : 09h - 12h30 et 13h30 - 18h
Dimanche et jours fériés : 09h -13h

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