La Maison de la Béate de l'Allier

Museum ,  Folk art and traditions ,  Arts and culture ,  Folk art and traditions ,  Local history in Marlhes
Free
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  • Museum presenting the local history and life of the past: kitchen and room of the Beate - assembly room. On the first floor, an exhibition of utensils and tools of rural life. Summer exhibitions on the heritage of Pilat

  • - Kitchen of the Beate: It has been partially reconstructed in its original state (fireplace, clock, kitchen utensils). Some photos of Beate's houses in less good condition.
    - Room of the Beate: Some clothes and objects that belonged authentically to the last Beate
    - Floor on the right: Utensils and tools from local crafts and daily rural life.
    - Assembly room or former classroom:
    This room houses a different exhibition each year. We often reserve it for artists from the region, both...
    - Kitchen of the Beate: It has been partially reconstructed in its original state (fireplace, clock, kitchen utensils). Some photos of Beate's houses in less good condition.
    - Room of the Beate: Some clothes and objects that belonged authentically to the last Beate
    - Floor on the right: Utensils and tools from local crafts and daily rural life.
    - Assembly room or former classroom:
    This room houses a different exhibition each year. We often reserve it for artists from the region, both professional and amateur.
  • Environment
    • In the country
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Services
  • Accessibility
    • Mentally impaired
  • Activities
    • Temporary exhibitions
  • Equipment
    • Parking nearby
    • bus parking
    • Car park
    • Toilets
  • Services
    • Guided visits
    • Guided visits (groups only)
    • Coach access
    • Self-guided visits
    • No pets allowed
Rates
Payment methods
  • Cheque
  • Cash
  • Rates
  • Free
  • For outside visits the opening periods (by appointment): 2€/person.
Openings
  • From June 30, 2024
    until September 29, 2024
  • Sunday
    2:30 PM - 6:30 PM