Plunge into time... and try out an amazing journey accross prehistory and science, at the heart of SauveTerre Prehistory Museum.
Observe, touch, listen, feel... Play the scientist and explore our ancestors' universe thanks to models, facsimiles, touch screens, videos, taxidermies...
The adventure goes on, if you want, outside, along the prehistoric path, to the archeological site.
Many events are proposed during school holidays and summer. An essential place to discover as from now!
Some of these events are accessible for people with a disability (for more information, ask the museum).
The archeological site of the Martinet is located a few steps from the museum. It was listed Historical Monument in 1932. In 1923, Laurent Coulonges, archeologist, discovers hundreds of small silex points, less than a centimiter high. It characterizes a new prehistoric era, called "Sauveterrien" by the archeologist. The path going to this excavation site is punctuated by explanatory boards along the Lémance river, and it is where temporary events organized by the museum take place.
Free visit on request
Guided tour on request
Permanent free visit
Permanent guided tour
Visit duration (min)
Specific themed events - Workshop for adults - Workshop for children
47500 - SAUVETERRE-LA-LEMANCE
Please contact us.
Adult (from 13 year-old): 6 euros
Child (from 6 to 12): 4 euros
Child (under 6 year-old): free
Reduced price (unemployed people, students, disabled people): 4 euros
Family'Pass (2 adults + 2 children): 16 euros