Located in a former silk spinning mill near the town’s old Roman bridge, the Cévennes Museum is spread over three floors and aims to introduce visitors to the geography of the Southern Cévennes region. The exhibitions highlight the lives of local inhabitants throughout the ages.
The ground floor presents temporary exhbitions and there is a room dedicated to the trades that were carried out during the past in the southern Cévennes.
On the first floor, the ethnology room gives a glimpse into life in the Cévennes valley and chalk plains.
The André Chamson room on the second floor showcases the life and works of this native scholar through his writings and manuscripts. A wander through the Adrienne Durand-Tullou room takes visitors on a journey through the long history of the southern Cévennes.
1 rue des Calquières
30120 Le Vigan 04 67 81 06 86
- Full price : €5
- Reduced price: €3
- Group price : €3
- Free : Under 18 years
April, May, June and September-October :
Open daily except Monday and Tuesday
10am-12pm and 2-6pm
July and August :
Open daily except Tuesday
10am-1pm and 3pm -6:30pm
Open on Easter Monday and the Monday of Pentecôte
Closed from November through March as well as the 1st May, 11 November and 25 December
- Town centre, near to the Vieux Pont