Glasworker’s Museum

1. The Glasworker's Museum.   2. Cup opaline late 19th century.   3. Brick with cupules.  

Resulting from the excavations carried out in 1930 by Léon Chabrol on many glassmaking sites in the Montagne-Bourbonnaise, the Glass Museum allows you to discover the history of forest glassworks from the 17th and 18th centuries. Copy of an 18th century oven, films on the manufacture of stemmed glasses and many glass objects allow you to enter into the magic of glass.


Traditional woodworking trades

This exhibition, which has been in place since 2021, has been very successful, which is why it still remains accessible this new season!

You will be able to discover the local work of clog makers, carpenters, pit sawyers as well as the centuries-old wood trade and forestry initiated in the 1960s. Many old tools remind us of the gestures of our ancestors.

from march 01, 2024 to october 31, 2024

Useful information :

Days and times :
Open from July 20 to August 12
- Every day (except Monday) from 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
- For groups, open from March 1 to August 12, by reservation only.

Address :
1 rue Joseph Pignaud
Phone number :
06 69 20 69 44

E-mail address :

Website :

GPS coordinates :
latitude : 46.05969
longitude : 3.78278