Musée d'Art et d'Industrie Paul Charnoz

32, avenue de la Gare
71600 - PARAY-LE-MONIAL
Saône-et-Loire
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Visit the Musée du carrelage céramique d'art where you’ll learn about the history of terracotta. The museum is named after Paul Chanoz who invented the process of tile manufacturing in 1877. The museum documents the different stages of factory life over the years; it also houses some key pieces of industrial, decorative ceramics from the late 19th century. Admire some of the unique pieces on display, including the ceramic brass lace; and don’t miss the hydraulic press.

Spoken languages :

  • French
  • English

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  • Mental handicap
  • Motor handicap
  • Sight handicap

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    Groups welcomed : yes

    Minimum size : 6

    Maximum size : 50

 

Last update : 29/03/2020

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  • Temporary exhibitions

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01Jan2020
DateTo
31Dec2020

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