Le Compa Conservatoire De L'agriculture, Chartres

Le Compa Conservatoire De L'agriculture, Chartres - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Pont de Mainvilliers 28000 Chartres

Phone: +33-237841500

Ticket Price: 4 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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About Le Compa Conservatoire De L'agriculture, Chartres

Agriculture, environment, and food, are the centerpoints of this museums exhibitions. The museum was conceptualized to showcase and preserve of the tools and relics of a changing agricultural society.  With about 50,000 visitors this is one of France’s more celebrated museums. Many educational workshops are held for both children and adults through out the year. Cinema is celebrated in January, Tractors Day is celebrated in June, and farm animals day in September. The presentations are extremely colourful so make sure to visit. There’s some pretty funky stuff. The highlights of the museum are as follows:

  •  Agricultural machinery from 1800 to 1960 - this is made up of 3000 items covering machines, tools, books, and photographs.
  •  The rotunda which took 18 months to me
  •  A Steam engine
  •  The first American tractors
  •  A Merlin Harvester
  •  Plows and treadmills

If you’re visiting, make sure to check on the bookshop.

Le Compa Conservatoire De L'agriculture Ticket Prices

  • Free for under 6.
  • EUR3 for  teachers and students and groups.
  • EUR 1.50 6 to 18-year-old.

How To reach Le Compa Conservatoire De L'agriculture by Public Transport

  • Get to there on foot.

Restaurants Near Le Compa Conservatoire De L'agriculture

  • Emotion Gourmande

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  • Très beau site qui retrace l'arrivée des tracteurs dans les champs pour les passionnés c'est très bien et acceuil très sympa

  • Un musée plein de surprises depuis sa réhabilitation. On voit, apprend, expérimente, joue, regarde des documentaires. Et rencontre la vedette @TractoBrick le tracteur grandeur nature construit avec 800 000 briques Lego. On découvre aussi des bons produits Eure et Loir

  • Des expos temporaires intéressantes.

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