Museum, art, expositions
Photos of Maquis and photos of the sabotage that took place in the Aveyron. The museum possesses photocopies of clandestine newspapers and photos of the atrocities committed by the German troops.
Come and discover a fascinating piece of local history. You can collect the keys from the Mairie in the village centre, from 10-11 am on Monday or from 2-4 pm on Tuesday and Friday. Alternatively, call
In the center of Millau, a town hotel from the 18th century houses the museum: 30 exposition rooms dedicated to paleontology, prehistory and regional archeology, as well as traditional activities of leather craft and glove-making.
Saint Eulalie d'Olt, classed amongst the plus beaux villages de France (most beautiful villages in France), has set up an artistic and craft centre. A old 17th century barn has been restored to enable the installation of artists and artisans d'art (artistic craftsmen). This building called "Eulalie d'Art" houses 6 creation workshops that perpetuate the "savoir-faire".
Linked to the latest archaeological research in the Aveyron, presentation of temporary exhibitions and archaeological collections from the Aveyron. Pedagogical activities and visits to archaeological sites by appointment.