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In Quercy, at the gateway to the Périgord Noir, discover a century of agricultural tools restored by Benoît Jouclar and his team of volunteers. They have managed to revive a real heritage, witnessing the traditions of everyday life. On a surface of...more
What a lovely surprise to find this gem buried in the French countryside. The collection of a passionate man and displayed in a very simple and viewable way. Don’t drive by, you will miss a wonderful experience, from tractors and cars to toys and clocks....More
The museum has an amazing collection of agricultural equipment, tractors and cars. Apparently some 85% of the engines still run. We had a guided tour (group of ~20) and the guide was amazing, both knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Good picnic area. All in all a great...More
Worth a visit. Lots of tractors, cars, bicycles and farm ephemera. Some inside rooms full of collections of , well all sorts of things. Toys, oil cans, stuffed reindeer, a complete old fashioned front room, a school room etc etc.
Lots outside in giant poly...More
Weather not fantastic lets try here was the suggestion.
It turned out to be an excellent idea.
What a collection, with numerous vehicles and antiquities.
Plus the entertainment of watching the proprietor and staff moving vehicles about using tractors had us in fits of laughter....More
A expensive museum with a messy collection. The signs or not clear on what you are seeing and they all give different information. The collection is really big, but there isn't a story they are telling. You see all kinds of tractors, but there is...More
What an incredible place , hidden away up a narrow lane . not easy to find , BUT when you get there , well worth a visit
There must be in excess of 300 classic and vintage tractors , along side many classic and vintage...More
Very informative &interesting. An enthusiastic proprietor who ensured nothing was missed and wanted to help. The museum had lot's of other items of home life in rural France interest apart from farm machinery.
Stayed in France with some friends and found a leaflet for here. Having grown up around all things agricultural this really appealed. Was not disappointed either. Loads of old tractors and machinery that i knew and used, some items i knew from our old farm...More