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Revermont Museum
Revermont Museum
Revermont Museum
Revermont Museum
Revermont Museum
Revermont Museum
Revermont Museum
Revermont Museum
Revermont Museum

Revermont Museum

Located in the heart of the charming floral village of Cuisiat the Revermont Museum is housed in the former town hall-schoolhouse and exhibits a wide range of artefacts that characterise Revermont's heritage and daily life from the 18th century to present day.
Its remarkable orchard, vegetable garden and conservatory display over 650 different species of local, ancient and rather curious plants.
Nestled at the foot of the Jura Mountains, the museum offers you the chance to discover the cultural heritage of Revermont – once a land of vines, now of orchards and clay soils, used in producing Meillonas’ famous earthenware since 1760.

Located in the village’s old town hall and schoolhouse, the museum features a reconstruction of a traditional boys’ classroom from the 19th century. An authentic representation, complete with original wooden reading desks and benches, a blackboard with the day’s proverb, even down to the boys’ inkwells. Upstairs, you can see old class photographs and wedding photographs from 1885 to 1939; a collection of old games from across the region completes the scene and adds to the childhood section.

Outside, the visit continues through the botanical section, where you will learn about both ancient and contemporary uses of plants. More than 650 rare, regional, extraordinary and forgotten species of plants are grown in Revermont Museum’s vegetable garden and conservatory. Discover everything there is to know about apples and pears, vegetables, herbs and medicinal plants, cereals, roses and other flowers.

The museum’s focus is on preserving threatened plant heritage and passing it on to the next generation, highlighting the importance of biodiversity and passing down know-how linked to plant cultivation and its uses, creating a lively visit which inspires passion and curiosity.

Throughout the museum calendar, a varied programme of events based around the museum’s main themes offers something for everyone, young and old alike. So why not check out what’s going on?

40 rue Principale CUISIAT 01370 Val-Revermont
Lat : 46.3004Lng : 5.3889
0 m
37 d

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Open period

From 01/04 to 01/11.
Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Closed exceptionally on 15th August .
Open every day from 10am to 12:30pm and from 1:30pm to 18pm.
Open on public holidays.

Tips

Free entry for under-26s.
Gift shop open to the public.
Museum open on public holidays.
Free entrance on the first Sunday of every month.
Wheelchairs available to borrow free of charge from reception.
Museum Pass available for purchase, for unlimited access to the museum throughout the year.

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Bourg-en-Bresse Destinations - Office de tourisme - 13/04/2018
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Price(s)

Adult: 3 to 4 €
Child: 0 € (Free for children under 26)
Job seeker: 0 € (On presentation of a valid document)
Disabled: 0 € (On presentation of a valid document)
Group adults: 3 to 5 € (From 10 people / Price per person)
Group children: 1.50 to 2.75 € (Price per child).

Free entry for children < 26 years, press, Job-seeker.
Group rate available for > 10 people.

Free entrance on the 1st Sunday of every month

Discounted entrance tickets upon presentation of ID for students, apprentices, senior citizens over the age of 65, teachers and Cézam card holders.

Free entrance for:
- people with disabilities and the person accompanying them,
- tourism sector employees upon presentation of a valid card,
- press card, Icom card, or valid Ministry of Culture card holders,
- Museum Pass holders, entitled to unlimited access during one year from date of purchase.

Contact

Phone : 04 74 51 32 42

Fax : 04 74 51 30 93

Email : musees.ain@ain.fr

Website : http://patrimoines.ain.fr/n/musee-du-revermont/n:811

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