Musée-expo de Brux

Located in the heart of the village, next to the Romanesque church, the Expo Museum offers 8 exhibition rooms.
Sculptors, painters and craftsmen are renewed every 2 months, with upstairs the historial of General of the Empire Rivaud de la Raffinière who lived in the town.
Three rooms are devoted to clothing from the 1900s.
Presentation of the heritage of the town through photos of yesterday and today.
Permanent exhibition of butterflies from all over the world (15 butterflies).

To see: Saint-Martin church, lime tree ("remarkable tree")
Nearby: Le Cormenier in Champniers, the Valley of the Monkeys in Romagne.

Practical information

French, German, English
Accessible to disabled persons


Conditions of visit: Free visit, Guided visit by appointment only
Languages ​​spoken for the visit: French, German, English

Further information

Location: Near a highway, Near a main road, In the village
Museum themes: Modern/contemporary art, Decorative arts, Popular arts and traditions, Fine arts, History, Military
Services : Shop
Facilities: Accessible for pushchairs, Picnic area, Bar cafeteria tea room, Coach parking
Activity: Specific thematic animation, Workshop for adults, Conferences, Temporary exhibitions
Payment Methods: Bank and postal checks, Cash
Brux Museum-Exhibition
5 St. Martin Street
The town