Musée de la Vie d’Autrefois

  • Accessible for disabled people
  • Guided tours for groups
  • Guided tour for individuals

About

The Museum of Life In Days Gone By spans 3500 m² and houses over 60,000 items divided into around a hundred scenes of daily life. It illustrates 150 years of history, between 1800 and 1950. Delve into the lives of our ancestors, the beliefs of days gone by and the professions of yesteryear via reconstructions that illustrate antique items: lacemakers, shoemakers, witches’ abodes and more.
Audio guides are available, for no extra charge, for an audio commentary.
At the museum, you can eat at the “Chez Grand Mère” café-restaurant, which has two rooms, one of which can be privatised for groups, or at the “Café du Village”, which sells light refreshments.
The museum is open all year round.

The museum is accessible to persons with reduced mobility. The toilets, located at the entrance, have the requisite facilities. 3 wheelchairs are also available.

Gradings and categories

  • Private museum

Features

Facilities

  • Picnic area
  • Bar
  • Parking
  • Petite restauration
  • Restaurant
  • Fully equipped meeting room
  • Toilettes

Services and comfort

  • Shop
  • Room rental

Activities

  • Specific theme activities
  • Junior workshop
  • Conferences
  • Temporary exhibitions

Prices

Gratuities

Price Min. Max.
Base rate - full rate adult 15€
Rate for unemployed persons 13.5€
Child rate 10€
Special rate 10€

Payment methods accepted

  • Credit card
  • Cash

Spoken languages

  • French
  • English

Situation