Musées, art, expositions
Faites le plein de culture dans un des musées et galeries de l’Aveyron !
Toutes les facettes de l’art sont à explorer dans les musées et galeries de l’Aveyron : de la préhistoire à l’art contemporain, avec une belle mise en lumière des traditions et la vie d’autrefois en Aveyron.
Writer's House, Museum of the Rouergue (flour mill, reciprocating saw), poetic walk.
The maison du bois (wooden house) is an extension of the discovery trail on the theme of wood and the forest.
Au fil du rail in Agen d'Aveyron invites you to visit its two miniature trains networks, realistic decors, various animations, sound and light.
Eugène Viala, poet, painter, watercolour artist of recognised talent, was born in Salles Curan in 1859.
Fortified castle from the 14th century whose impressive sandstone walls hide the refinement of its internal decoration.
This museum, open in the summer period (July and August) exhibits in this period works by local artist Marcel BOUDOU and welcomes themed temporary exhibitions notably during the "Rencontres photographiques" (photographic meetings).
In Vines la Maison de la Cabrette et des traditions populaires de l'Aubrac proposes you an immersion in the world of that unusual instrument.
140 m² of exhibition with video room and interactive terminals for children. 40 m² of religious art. Sales of local products based on chestnuts.
It's a rare small museum, the subject is pointed, but for the more curious, a real discovery of the man who is at the origins of so many churches in France: Cardinal Verdier.
The old forge acquired by the town and beautifully restored, will allow you to discover or rediscover for the oldest, the elements of life of old, the trades of blacksmith, clogger, fisherman, etc ...
Promotion of jazz and blues music.
You're in for a surprise at the Millau Viaduct Area with its dynamic, interactive museum display… It's free and it's open all year round. Welcome!
History of the mines and industry of the Aubin-Decazeville area. Reconstruction of a mine gallery.
Agriculture of the Ségala (hemp, chestnuts, potatoes, rye) is evoked through its tools and equipment and an exhibition of agricultural machines and the recreation of a traditional kitchen.