In the heart of the Eure, discover a museum on popular art, dedicated to the life and trades of yesteryear.
Close to the town centre, the Vie et Métiers d'Autrefois Museum presents a collection displaying more than 7 tools and old, sometimes unusual, folk art objects. You will discover more than 000 trades retracing the life of our ancestors in the 38th and early 19th centuries: wheelwright, artificial florist, washerwoman..., and many others that will amaze you throughout the course of the guided tour.
With the family: during your visit, game booklets suitable for children (3-6, 7-11 and 12-16 years old) are offered, surveys and mystery objects to discover. A hunt for puzzles, of the escape game type, to be carried out in the museum is also possible by reservation.
Temporary exhibitions and events are offered from time to time.
The site is accessible to strollers, wheelchairs and an adapted visit support is even offered to children.

Spoken languages

  • English
  • German


  • Average duration of the individual visit: 90 min
  • Average duration of the group visit: 120 min



  • Indoor games, play case, books
  • Uncovered picnic area
  • Bar, cafeteria, tea room
  • Toilets
  • Free parking


  • Library
  • Shop
  • Site accessible to strollers

Activities on site

  • Temporary exhibitions

Prices & payment methods

Adult price: 5 €
Child rate from 7 to 14 years old: 3 €
Student rate: € 3
Family rate: €4, from 10 visitors
Free for children from 0 to 6 years old.

  • Cash


From April 1 to October 31, 2024.
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