closed for refurbishment; see http://www.museesgaumais.be for reopening date
This museum, near the church, is housed in a farm (1765) that is typical of traditional rural architecture, recalling life in Gaume of bygone days. Visitors can see the living quarters, barn and cowshed, topped by a hayloft displaying country vehicles and farming implements.
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