Louhans, Atelier d'un journal An unique example of French conservation, a complete press workshop for working with lead type set. Machines are conserved in working order. The building's upper floors house the Louhans Municipal Museum.
Saint-Germain-du-Bois, l'Agriculture bressane The annex deals with agriculture in Bresse from the 19th century until today. Find out about the development of agricultural equipment, from the yoke to the first tractors, a rotating barn table, a thresher, and a reconstituted tannery and forge.
Rancy, Chaisiers et pailleuses The exhibition has been put together around three themes: History: the origin and development of chair making. Technical: The various stages in the making if a chair, and the reconstruction of an old-fashioned and a mechanised workshop. Current: present day companies.
Cuiseaux, Le vigneron et sa vigne The annex located within the walls of the chateau of the Princes of Orange has a cellar, barn, residential areas and hangars laid out and furnished to remind us that Cuiseaux was an important wine growing area until the end of the 19th century.
Romenay, Musée du Terroir et de la Volaille de Bresse The Regional Museum (Musée du Terroir) is made up of two rooms: one has a reconstruction of a 19th century, middle class interior, while the other is about archeology. The Poultry Museum (Musée de la Volaille) shows the history of poultry, hen houses and more. "
Pierre-de-Bresse, Ecomusée de la Bresse Bourguignonne The Eco-Museum of Burgundian Bresse offers permanent exhibitions that describe, illustrate and explain the nature of the surroundings, its history, aspects of traditional life and the economic and social situation of Burgundian Bresse.