Next Sunday at the Living Museum of old trades in Argol, visitors will be able to witness a demonstration of wood rendering with an axe. In fact, Marc Lefèvre, a wood professional in Poitou, will show how, by working on an axe, a log of chestnut, oak or sometimes pine (depending on the region), one manages after several hours of work, to obtain a piece of wood to Frame of the ordered form.In addition, the Living Museum will be animated by fifteen volunteers who will present the trades and activities of yesteryear, such as tailpiece, Vannier, carpenter, blacksmith, saboteur, and the crafts of the sea, as well as spinning, embroiderer, Weaver, among others .

Practical: Open until 15 September every day from 14h to 18h, Parc des Jeux Bretons until 6.30 pm.

Offer families (2 adults + 2 children), for a package of 18 euros, return as much as you want throughout the season. For all, Pass’Musées Peninsula: visit a first museum and take advantage of the reduced rate from the next visit in one of the 5 museums of the territory.

Contact: www.museevivant.fr or contact @ museevivant.fr or tel. 02.56.04.81.59 and Facebook.