In the château at the heart of the mediaeval village of Saint Beauzély, a collection of more than 3500 objects concerning agricultural crafts, rural life and stone crafts. Reconstruction of a school classroom at the start of the last century. Museum associated with the Museum of the Rouergue.
The crafts of working stone are particularly promoted. Saint Beauzély was a place renowned for the extraction and cutting of "grès" limestone. Its stonemasons, including Déodat ALAUS, built the ramparts of the Knights Templar villages.
GPS coordinates lat. 44° 9' 53" - long. 2° 57' 30"