This surprising museum holds a collection of industrial and agricultural engines gathered since 1966 by three brothers who were mechanics and loved to bring back to life old engines. There, you can see a collection of hydraulic machines coming from all over the world (USA, France, Poland, England, etc.) and carefully restored to working order. From motor-pumps to agricultural machinery coming straight from Modern Times, including machines belonging to craftsmen such as a veneer saw from 1824 that can cut precious wood into thin sheets with an accuracy to one tenth of a millimetre!
Come and immerse yourself in the Guillemard Brothers' world! Have a look at pieces of the industrial and farming heritage restored to working order and learn about the history of the people who designed them.
- Film projection room
- Tarifs min. (en €) Tarifs max. (en €)
- Free for all
- Postal or bank cheques