Initiated by archeology enthusiasts, the creation of this small museum was made possible thanks to the improvements made by the Commune of Clugnat within the former presbytery. Over 300 flint tools are on display. You can discover objects testifying to a local settlement dating back to the Middle Palaeolithic (-300,000 years BC). The most interesting pieces are scrapers, scrapers, daggers, arrowheads, polished axes, chisels, hammers, etc... Gallo-Roman remains are also on display.
Tel: 06 80 88 20 58
Open from June 18 to September 17 - Every Saturday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. - Possibility of visit by appointment by phone - Free entry