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EDF Hydrélec museum
EDF Hydrélec museum
EDF Hydrélec museum
EDF Hydrélec museum
EDF Hydrélec museum
EDF Hydrélec museum

EDF Hydrélec museum

The Musée EDF Hydrélec is the only museum in France dedicated to hydroelectricity. Installed in Oisans, the Musée EDF Hydrélec features a new 900m2 scenographic display that retraces the epic story of the production of hydroelectricity.
It pays homage to the scientists, engineers, technicians and manoeuvres that played a role in building the hydroelectric power stations and dams, some of which have become an integral part of our heritage and genuine works of art. Installed in Oisans, in the heart of an area with a long history of hydroelectricity, the Musée EDF Hydrélec has now been awarded the «Musée de France» label. It features a number of unique collections comprising scientific and technical objects from the 19th and 20th centuries.
Member of the "Route of the know-how of the Oisans", he organizes the guided tour "Exceptional electricity" on reservation ..
This establishment offers the E-Bike Service: charge your electric bike here on request (remember to take your charger).

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Route du Lac Le Verney
38114 Vaujany
Lat : 45.147179Lng : 6.048231
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Open period

From 02/01 to 31/10 between 10 am and 6 pm.
Closed on Monday.
Closed exceptionally on Feast of the Ascension, May 1st and May 8th.
From Tuesday to Saturday and the first Sunday of each month: from 10h to 12h and from 13h to 18h

Individual free visit from October 1st to April 30th: 1 pm to 5 pm

Visit free group or guided from October 1 to April 30: 10h - 12h / 13h - 17h.

Updated by

Office de Tourisme de Vaujany - 23/09/2021
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Free of charge. Booking needed for groups.

Covid-19 special services

Pass sanitaire -
→ According to French government measures, a health certificate (based on vaccine status, previous infections or negative tests) will be required
Jauge -
→ According to French government measures, this facility now accepts a maximum of 49 people simultaneously. Wearing a mask remains compulsory.

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