Not easy to find but worth it - well it's worth it if you know anything of Alphonse Daudet and even if you don't I think there's enough there to see anyway.
It's a large country house that is partly given over to what is a museum of country life with some rooms dedicated to the writer Daudet.
Daudet's family were in the silk trade and one room has exhibits of articles related to silk production including trays of live silk worms. Fascinating!
Definitely worth a visit if you're at all interested in how folks used to live.
A word of warning though. I'm not sure it's the greatest place to take children. There were a couple of families there at the same time us and while the adults animatedly discussed the various bits of machinery and kitchen equipment the kids looked completely bored and kept trying to check their phones when the parents weren't looking.
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