In the Pays d’Ouche, find out about the regional collective memory thanks to thousands of daily life objects and tools.

Nestled in the arboretum, the large restored barn, which houses the museum, is in itself, a piece of the collection. Masses of objects and tools from Normandy are displayed. Organised into themes, they reveal how life in Normandy was in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Craftsmanship is also given pride of place with the showcase of old crafts: farrier, shoemaker, saddler, etc. A building is dedicated to apples. It is a pleasant way to discover or re-discover little-known or even lost traditions.

In summer, activities and temporary exhibitions are organised for rural life lovers. The arboretum neighbouring the museum comprises an interesting conservation orchard where more than a hundred varieties of apple trees are displayed.

Spoken languages

  • French


  • Average duration of the individual visit: 45 min
  • Average duration of the group visit: 45 min
  • Welcome group from 10 person(s) to 30 people.



  • Toilets
  • Picnic area
  • Parking for families
  • Free parking

On-site activities

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


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