Sawmill Musée Vincent

The saga of the Vincent family traces part of the history of industrial change. Created in the mid-19th century by visionary craftsman Jean-Baptiste Vincent, this museum recounts the saga of the sawmill, whose operations have evolved with the times as technology has evolved. From the outset, the sawmill was equipped with an 1893 steam engine, manufactured by SACM and powered by a 1907 marine-type boiler. The sawmill is listed as an industrial heritage site.
The sawmill has not been in operation since 1990, but thanks to the determination of the founding fathers, the heritage remains intact.
The sawmill is open to visitors all year round from 1pm.

Opening times and dates are subject to change depending on circumstances. Please take your precautions.

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