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Auvergne Rural School Museum

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  • Musée de l'Ecole Rurale
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Maximum 24 people per visit. The protocol of measures put in place :
- cleaning of the premises before reopening
- traffic plan
- waiting area
- physical distancing
- cleaning and disinfection after each visit
- Wearing a mask is strongly recommended
- provision of hydroalcoholic gel.
Unfortunately, we can no longer offer you the opportunity to wear the smock and galoshes, but the visit remains lively and interactive.
You can therefore come and visit our museum in complete tranquillity.
We advise you to make an appointment
either by e-mail or by telephone.
A museum with class ! Write with a feather and violet ink. Times for black smocks and wooden soled shoes the school uniform of the 30's. Exhibition : objects of school children, clothing, toys and photos of the era. Playtime : old games !
To better immerse oneself in the atmosphere of the 1930's school era, and after a visit to the cloakroom where children and adults alike dress in black or grey coats and high or low galoshes, everyone enters the classroom, an authentic 1930's class. An age-appropriate commentary on the history of Jules Ferry's school precedes the page with purple ink... The animator plays her role as a teacher from the time of the "Hussars of the Republic" and very quickly the visitors get into the game in this classroom which smells of chalk, real wood and old paper. The visit ends with a page of writing in pen and violet ink.

In the exhibition room adjoining the classroom, you will discover a wealth of treasures. Objects that speak to you: from the celluloid baby doll to slate pencils and various collections of blotters, notebook covers and class photos, all these objects bear witness to the progress made since that time.
Opening day(s)

From Monday 01 March to Thursday 30 September 2021

Every day

14:00 to 18:00

Exceptionally closed : Saturday 01 May 2021

From Saturday 16 to Sunday 31 October 2021

Every day

14:00 to 18:00

From 01/03 to 30/09/2021, daily between 2 pm and 6 pm.
Closed exceptionally on May 1st.

From 16/10 to 31/10/2021, daily between 2 pm and 6 pm.
General
  • Visit :
    • Educational visits
    • Guided tours
  • Services :
    • 50 people max per group
  • Visites :
    • Average group visit length (minutes) 150
    • Average individual visit length (minutes) 120
  • Type of culturel patrimony :
    • Museum
  • themes :
    • Local tradition
    • History
Equipment & Services
  • Parking :
    • Coach parking
  • Services :
    • Services
  • Shop :
    • Shop
    • Shop
  • Entertainment :
    • Children's entertainment
  • Leisure facilities :
    • Picnic area
  • Help for client/transport :
    • Coach access

FaresRates periodMinMax
01/03/2021 - 31/10/2021
AdultA l'année7.00€
Child (3-11 years)A l'année4.50€
Group adultsA l'année6.00€
Group childrenA l'année4.00€
  • Payment methods :
    • Cheque
    • Chèques Vacances
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Contact
Auvergne Rural School Museum
30 rue Louis Aragon
Bogros, ancienne école
63750
Messeix
Phone : +33 4 73 21 45 06
  • Spoken language(s) :
    • French