The village of St-George, once upon a time a stronghold of pre-industrial activities, is today one of the last witnesses of that epoch. Here glassblowers and limestone artisans plied their trade. The restored mill was equipped in 1816 with a hydraulic saw: the water from two ponds causes the immense wheel to rotate. The small museum, which is dedicated to the history of agricultural implements is open from March to November.

General info

  • Indoor
  • Experience Type: Education
  • Needed time: 2 to 4 hours (half day)

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