The museum partially reopens as of Wednesday March,15th.
Only the first floor (paleontology, prehistory, Middle Ages is not yet accessible.
Maule and its surroundings.
The collections are
the testimony of rural life
in the nineteenth and
early twentieth centuries in our region.
XIII th century
In this room, the monks stored tithing, a fee in kind on agricultural products for worship and assistance to the poor.
Another staircase leads to a cellar today collapsed.
These different irons made it possible to iron the caps worn in the past in the region. Several are on display at the museum.
Made of cast iron and placed on a stove, they accumulated heat. Small in size, 9 cm long, the handle was made for an adult hand.
Their particular shape was adapted to the different parts of the cap. Others, provided with a handle, made it possible to give the shape to the crown of the bonnet.