Périod of opening

From 05/24 to 2014/06/30, every wednesdays, thursdays, fridays and sundays between 2 PM and 5 PM.

From 07/01 to 2014/08/31 between 2 PM and 5 PM.

From 09/01 to 2014/09/30, every wednesdays, thursdays, fridays and sundays between 2 PM and 5 PM.

From 10/18 to 2014/11/03 between 2 PM and 5 PM.
Closed on saturday.


Chef Lieu

A côté de l'église

73220 Argentine

Tél: 04 79 44 33 67

Medthods of payment :


Chèques Vacances


Félicien museum

The former farmers everyday life filmed.You will be guided by Félicien, local farmer of the ast century, which will tell you his village, his family, his ground and the time which shells at the rate of the seasons. In three rooms, three short films realized in 2000 with local inhabitants, will make you discover the everyday life at the beginning of 1900.

Three short films shot in 2000 with people from Argentine will make you discover their everyday life and know-hows at the beginning of 1900. You’ll be taken in the history of the valley, then it will be time to plough, to do the month’s washing, to make hay, to harvest, to pick grapes, to fell wood, to share an evening with the neighbours and you’ll be shown a lot more scenes too…
Félicien’s wife, “la Fanchon”, will welcome you in her kitchen and speak about her well-filled days.
To complete the visit, several rooms exhibit the tools, the objects, the agricultural material used by Félicien and his family over a hundred years ago.
Average duration of a group visit: 1 hour and 45 minutes
Average duration of an individual visit: 1 hour and a half

- Free until 17 years old
- Half-price for adults every wednesday
- Temporary exhibitions, conferences in free access.


Services & Équipment


  • Play area
  • Bar
  • Toilets
  • Car park


  • Pets welcome
  • Shop
  • Tourist brochures
  • Tourist information

Informations pratiques


In the country

Mountain location


A whiteout….so what?

The trend of the day: 1800m at noon

Wednesday 17 October 2018

1450 2700
12 °C -1 °C

Avalanche risk : Unavailable

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