Museum of the Crau area

History - Sciences - Technology - Dates and program to be confirmed

Various animations may be offered at the school, meeting with a shepherd, games, educational activities on various themes, water, pastoralism, forgotten fruits, fauna or flora of la Crau. Possible visits with various rates: adult groups: guided tour of the Ecomuseum 1½ hours at a price of 1.50 euros per person. Guided tour of the Reserve of skin of edit from 2 to 3 hours for the price of 5 euros per person. Colleges and high school groups: visit to the Ecomuseum at a price of 1 euro/child. Ecomuseum and edit skin: 3 euros/child. Possibility of visits to half days or days.

Réserve Naturelle protégée située en pleine Crau. Un laisser-passer obligatoire est à retirer à l'Ecomusée de la Crau qui remettra un plan d'accès.

Saint Martin de Crau

Information provided byOT Saint Martin Crau

  • Organiser

    Ecomusée de la Crau
  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Duration

    2 to 3hrs

  • Guide


  • Tour language


  • Phone

    • 04 90 47 02 01
  • Fax

    04 90 47 05 28

  • Website

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