| Musée Régional du Cidre et Musée de l'Eau de Vie et des Vieux Métiers||
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Rue du Petit Versailles et Rue Pelouze
|The regional Cider Museum is in the so-called Maison du Grand Quartier, the sole surviving remnant of a 15th century building. It houses France's largest collection devoted to Normandy's yellow gold spread over 12 rooms in a remarkable example of a medieval building.
The museum's objective is the preservation and display of a representative collection of artefacts related to cider production, from the harvesting of the apples to the drinking of the beverage.
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|Opened from April 1st till September 30th. From April 1st till June 30th and from 1st till 30 September Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 10 H-12 H / 14 H-18 hours.
On Sunday: 2 pm - 6 pm.
From July 1st till August 31st Every day, except|
Receive group : Yes
Language speaking : anglais (guide papier)
Others services :
Activity : Free