Maison des Hommes et des Paysages

Maison Centre de l'Ecomusée du Morvan Maison du Parc
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Learn about a region by exploring the everyday life of its inhabitants. This is the challenge facing visitors to the Maison des Hommes et des Paysages de Saint-Brisson, set in the heart of Morvan Natural Park. The development of expertise and man’s relationship with the environment are the museum’s main themes. The centre, which is linked to Morvan’s Ecomusée also encourages you to visit some of the park’s other themed museums.

Spoken languages :

  • French
  • English


    Groups welcomed : yes

    Minimum size : 10

    Maximum size : 25

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Last update : 01/07/2020


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Child rateEnfants de 8 à 15 ans
Group rateGroupe à partir de 10 personnes
Base rate - full rate adult4.5 €


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