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The Heritage Museum

Plunge into an ancient world! The Heritage Museum reveals Grimaud as it was in ancient times.

A building

steeped in history

Discover the museum housed in magnificent buildings: a village house, an old forge, and the former oil mill which date back to the 16th century.

The Heritage Museum highlights the arts and popular traditions of ancient Provence. A way of discovering the old way of life of the population of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez.

Gallery

A rich collection

The collection has been assembled over 30 years, and retraces the bygones days of this part of the Maures mountain range.

Different activities like the cork and timber industries, olive oil and wine production are represented in the museum galleries.

The Heritage Museum is on the site of an old oil mill.

The Museum traces

past life

On the upper floors you will discover costumes and scenes from past daily life, with the reconstitution of a living room, bedroom, and barn – the typical layout of a home in villages like Grimaud.

Advice for making

the most of your stay
Mapof the village

At the Tourist Information Office, you can obtain a map of the village, which indicates the places of interest, such as the Heritage Museum.

Walkin the village

Make the most of your trip to the Heritage Museum by visiting the village. You will need around an hour and a half to take in the village, with its narrow streets and historic landmarks.

Free visitof the museum

The Heritage Museum is open on tuesday, thursday, friday, saturday from 9.30am to 1 pm. Call on + 33 (0)4 94 55 57 34 for more information.