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A la carte visits

Take the key to the fields for the time of an escapade.
The receptive service of the Tourist Office offers you a selection of visits for a service
, according to your desires.

Land of ancestral know-how with preserved landscapes, the south of Creuse will seduce lovers of built heritage and history: castles, mansions, villages… shaped by the famous Masons of Creuse.
Land of sharing, artisans and companies exceptionally open the doors of their workshops
for a unique and original visit.

Felletin, a city to discover

Cradle of tapestry, Felletin proudly displays the richness of its built heritage: mansions, chapels, fountains, medieval bridge, St. Valerie du Moutier church and its frescoes…

Pinton Tapestry Workshops

From oriental palaces to New York galleries, the Pinton Workshops, labeled Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant, perpetuate and combine the great tradition of Aubusson tapestry in the present.

Terrade Wool Craft Mill

Installed on the banks of the Creuse River, the Terrade spinning mill, a family-owned business, ensures the transformation of fleece into yarn. Preparation of wool, carding, spinning, winding and dyeing.

Sculpted village of Masgot

In the 19th century, François Michaud, a stonecutter, sculpted everything that mattered to him in granite: characters, animals but also his convictions and dreams.
Discover in the heart of a traditional hamlet an unusual work of art!



International Tapestry City

1,200 square meters of exhibition space to immerse yourself in a know-how recognized as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO: a collection, rich with 330 wall tapestries, 15,000 graphic works and about 50 pieces of furniture.

Workshop-Museum of Tapestry Cartons

This unique place unveils to you the hidden side of tapestry: the “cardboard.” Located in the heart of the historic district, the Workshop-Museum highlights the creations that are then transposed into wool.

Domaine de Banizette

In the heart of a remarkable architectural ensemble composed of a manor house and its annexes (sheepfold, mill with its millstream, bread oven, attic…), discover life in daily gestures through a beautiful collection of traditional tools.

Le Moutier d’Ahun and its abbey church

Discover the Romanesque church and its famous 17th century woodwork, carved by Simon Bauer and his companions of the Baroque period. No wonder the director Alain Corneau chose this splendid setting for his film “Tous les matins du monde”.

Château de Villemonteix

Inhabited, furnished, you can discover a collection of tapestries from the 16th to the 18th century and period furniture embellished with original pieces (Limoges and Sèvres porcelains). Classified as a Historic Monument in the 15th century, it is the archetype of the keeps of the late Middle Ages.



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