Nouveau musée de la machine agricole et de la ruralité

9, rue du maitre de forges
58200 - SAINT-LOUP
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Visit the Musée de la Machine agricole ancienne at Saint-Loup where you’ll get to see a huge collection of old machinery close up. A range of equipment is on display from the 19th century right up to the 1960s. There are tractors, swathers, combine harvesters etc. – each used to illustrate a different cultivation technique, some of which are very sophisticated. In addition, make sure you don’t miss the film; it’ll help you understand how the machines work and really brings them to life.

Spoken languages :

  • French

Labels :

  • Vignobles et découvertes


    Groups welcomed : yes

    Minimum size : 10


Last update : 14/06/2017

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  • Temporary exhibitions


  • Shop


  • Film projection room


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