Musée des outils agraires
Châteaurenard - Cultural place
Take a colourful walk through the museum and learn about the development of agriculture in the area, thanks to a collection of ancient tools which were used by cereal farmers, wine makers and market gardeners, some dating back to the 19th century. Find out how these women strived to get the best from land and water, and about their lifestyle, celebrations and traditions.
- Pets allowed
- Public car park
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
Musée des outils agraires et des traditions
31 bis rue Jentelin
- 04 90 90 11 59
Where to stay
Country apartment, on 90 sqm garage with 2 large bedrooms with beds in 140, 1 small bedroom with bed in 90, a living room/living room overlooking a terrace, equipped kitchen, bathroom, separate toilet, fenced courtyard and garden, 1km from the city centre. It is possible to rent at the weekend.
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