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Le Creusot, Musée de l'homme et de l'industrie
 
Created at the end of 1973, the Le Creusot-Montceau Eco-Museum's mission is to catalogue, study and enhance the heritage of the Le Creusot-Montceau municipality, marked since the end of the 18th century by the development of major industrial activity, including the steel industry, mining, ceramics, glassworks and transportation. Its main facility is in Le Creusot, at the Chateau of Glass, where can be found the Museum of Man and Industry.

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Main collections
 

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  Ethnology Science technical History
The key theme of the collections is industrial civilisation in all its diversity of its areas of activity (glassmaking, metallurgy, mining, ceramics, transportation) and the many ways this is expressed (products, representations of work, production processes, production areas, architecture, urbanism, landscapes, social life, owner dynasty and more)

Further information
Knowledge base
To discover the national collections, you can access the databases of the Ministry of Culture :

Joconde database
 
Practical information
 
Ecomusée du Creusot-Montceau
Château de la Verrerie
BP 53
71202 Le Creusot Cedex

tel. : 03 85 73 92 00
fax : 03 85 73 92 09

Website : http://ecomusee-creusot-montceau.fr
e-mail : info@ecomusee-creusot-montceau.fr

Services
Documentation centre - shop - lecture hall - picture library
  Timetable
autumn winter
Monday to Friday:
10am - 12 noon / 2pm - 6pm
Saturday, Sunday:
2pm - 6pm
spring summer
Monday to Friday:
10am - 12 noon / 1pm - 6pm
Saturday, Sunday:
3pm - 7pm
changes are made to the times for the heritage days (mid-September) and for the museums night (end May).
the exhibition of the François Bourdon Academy is closed in December and January.
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Entrance fees
For tour of the Chateau of Glass, the exhibitions of the Eco-Museum, the little theatre and the exhibition of the Bourdon Academy.
Individuals
Adults: 6,00 €
Young people aged 10-18, students, CEZAM Card: 3,80 €
Family
2 adults accompanied by one or several children over the age of 10: 15,25 €
Free
Children under 10 and job seekers
Groups
Pupils see educational department


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