This museum, dedicated to food, will appeal to all gourmets and gourmands.
A veritable cabinet of culinary curiosities, this amazing space revisits the love for food and cooking through 1,200 objects, furniture and authentic paintings, some rare other unusual and fascinating. You will learn about the fidibus holder, the zagueman, the bouzillé, the fly box, the symbolic value of cucumber and artichoke, the multiple uses of sugar...
You will also find a library with 20,000 books on site and, as this is sure to whet your appetite, a tavern serving traditional dishes!
Closed on January 1st, December 25th.
The Museum of Gourmandise also organises:
- Temporary exhibitions
- Special visits for visually impaired visitors and those with reduced mobility (booking essential)
Information on the walk
- Indoor catering
- Tour of facilities
- Library or document centre
- Visitor guide for groups
- Training materials on request
- Car parking