Ferme-Musee Du Cotentin of Sainte-Mere-Eglise, preserves the rural and agriculture heritage of the region and works to enhance the living heritage, plants and animals. The site is located close to the landing beaches; you can walk through the farm park and its local breed animals from Island cows and Jerseys to Norman rabbits and Cotentin hens. A visit to the goat farms, the farm museums and orchards will show you the techniques of daily operations of a farm and you can taste the fresh local produce at the site. You can enjoy the virtual tour of the Norman farms during the German occupation in 1940-1944.Highlights and must sees include:
- The traditional and agricultural heritage of Cotentin bay
- Livestock of the region
- Vegetable and backup orchards
- Horse drawn machines that revolutionized the hay core
- The farm museums
- Point canal – a unique architectural work in France
Ferme-musee Du Cotentin Travel Tips
- The ticket office closes 1 hour before the closing time of the site.
Entrance Ticket Details For Ferme-musee Du Cotentin
- EUR 2: Children – from 7 to 18 years of age
- EUR 3: Reduced price
- EUR 2.70: Adult groups, per head – minimum 20 persons
How to Reach Ferme-musee Du Cotentin
- Walk or hire a taxi.
- Ask a local for the bus details.
- Auberge John Steele
- Biere de Sainte Mere Eglise
- Chez Jeanne
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63.08% of people who visit Cherbourg include Ferme-musee Du Cotentin in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
56.25% of people start their Ferme-musee Du Cotentin visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Ferme-musee Du Cotentin
82.26% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ferme-musee Du Cotentin