Musée de l'écluse 62

Rue des Mirages
21600 - OUGES
Côte d'Or
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If you’re interested in inland navigation or are just plain curious, then visit the Musée de l’Ecluse 62. The owner will guide through the exhibition, telling you about the locks, how they work and his duties; you’ll also learn about the history of the canal de Bourgogne. In the lockkeeper’s cellar, you’ll get to see photos of the canal as well as objects and souvenirs left by visitors: stickers, coins, post cards etc.

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Last update : 06/05/2017

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