Situated in the basement of the village hall dated 1584, the artisanal museum has been furnished by themes in 1988.
The traditional residence of Hérémence
In a bulding dated 1776 in front of the church, a bedroom and a kitchen have been furnished like they were in the old days.
The mill and the banal oven
Situated at the top of the village, the François-Xavier Bagnoud mill, is an ancient mill of the valley which has been restored. The millers’ room and the banal oven are close to each other. Free visit.
With its 4 floors and the attached municipal wine press of the XVIth century, this building (1711) is on of the jewels of our museum. A temporary exposition room on the first floor, the forge and the womens room on the ground floor, 2 workshops on the lower level and 2 cellars in the basement on the same level as the wine press, here is a set of things to visit if you come by Hérémence.
Which church, 40 years after it was built can brag being called the “New Church”? It is the case of the Hérémence church, which you can visit with explanations on its story, its construction and symbols (sound and lights in 4 languages).
The didactic trail of Mâche
Between granaries, barns and dwelling houses, the Mâche trail will let you discover the architectural heritage of one of the most ancient villages of Hérémence. A brochure relates the richness of this built heritage and the life of the highlanders in the old days.
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