Dedicated to milk, butter and cheese, this little museum was founded by former passionate farmers and gathers more than 2,000 objects. Yoghurt pots, glass butter churns, milk pails, Camembert labels, butter and cheese moulds, milk pots, etc., this unusual collection illustrates peasants' life in the countryside. After the visit, enjoy a snack in the garden: pancakes, madeleine cakes, cider and apple juice are all homemade. You can also buy farm produce (eggs, cider, jam, etc.).

The visit will allow you to learn more about the transformation of milk and the production of cheese, and you will also see a surprising cheese mould, that used to serve the King's table.


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