The Musée de la Vie d'Autrefois offers you an original exhibition of old cages and aviaries, from donations and private collections!
Coming from several regions of France, each one is unique, meticulously crafted, and sometimes of disproportionate size.
Totally in keeping with the museum's theme, they date from the 1800s to the 1950s and used to decorate farmyards or bourgeois houses.
After this discovery, you could visit the Museum with 101 reconstructed scenes of the life of our great-grandparents, from 1800 to 1950.
You can then visit the museum's collection of 101 reconstructed scenes and over 60,000 items from the same period: tools, objects, vehicles, costumes, etc.
An intergenerational visit to be experienced with the family, to discover or remember...
Loan of an audioguide for a guided tour in complete autonomy, available in English and French, on request at the museum reception.
Do not hesitate to extend the experience by having lunch or dinner at "Chez Grand-Mère", the museum's restaurant, where you will have a breathtaking view of a faithful replica of the Eiffel Tower to scale and currently houses the largest aviary in the exhibition!
One price: 5 €.