For visitors in groups


The dates of closure of the Museum are for the general public only. The Musée de la Conserverie welcomes guided tours for groups (from 12 people) throughout the year, without interruption, under the conditions described below:

  • during the tourist season (from 1 April to 6 November): guided tours are available by prior arrangement, from Wednesday to Saturday.
  • in winter (from the second week of November to the last week of March): guided tours are available on prior reservation, from Monday to Friday.


Single entry: €3.50/guest

Admission fee + audio guide: €4.50/visitor

Guided tour fee: €5.50/visitor

Free of charge for minors (family groups with children), the driver (in the case of a coach group) and/or the group's accompanying person (e.g. in the case of a nursing home).



Guided tours are only available upon prior reservation by phone at or by email at

A booking form is sent to each group leader. The visit slot is only considered officially booked when the form is returned to the museum staff duly completed and signed.

Deadlines and formalities


Reservations for a guided tour slot must be made as soon as possible. In order to ensure proper management of the services, the form for validating the reservation of a guided tour slot must be returned to the museum staff at least two weeks before the date of the visit.


Management  of time


The standard guided tour lasts 45 minutes. However, our team of guides is flexible and can adapt its tour format to the time constraints of groups if sufficient notice is given. Whatever your time constraints, please allow a good half hour in addition to the guided tour time. This time allowance includes the time it takes for the group to arrive at the museum, to check in at the reception desk, to use the toilets for different members of the group and to stop at the shop at the end of the guided tour.

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Families visiting the museum

Management flows


As the rooms of the Le Gall family's seaside villa, adjacent to the factory, are relatively small, we strongly recommend that groups do not exceed fifteen participants per visit. Groups of more than 30 people will be split into two sub-groups at the museum reception desk so that the guided tour can take place under good conditions for all. In this case, it is imperative to contact our team to let us know, as this format mobilises two mediators for the same guided tour slot. The two sub-groups will have to cross paths between the rooms during the visit.