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The bread oven

The bread oven

Classified as a Historic Monument in 1939, the sixteenth-century half-timbered shingled house was restored with the thatched-roof bread oven. A vegetable garden and orchard were recently reconstructed.

The facade

The facade

The house is a half-timbered structure, covered with sweet chestnut shingles. Two dormers open onto the tiled roof over the facade.  The house has undergone numerous restorations and modifications, particularly during the nineteenth century. Attached to this house are a bread oven, garden and pond. Today you can still see the bread oven, a small section of the garden and its orchard.

SECURITY MEASURES

SECURITY MEASURES

Dear visitors,

In accordance with the security measures in place, please comply with the following inspection measures:
Opening of bags and coats for a visual inspection
No suitcases or large-volume bags permitted


Anyone who refuses to comply with one of these inspections will not be permitted to enter the building. 

Thank you for your understanding.

The team of the Réunion des Musées Métropolitains (RMM).

Agenda

Musée Pierre Corneille
10 Dec.
15h

Quizz du musée

Un dimanche en famille

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