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Musée de l'Ardoise, Trelaze
(4.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
Musée de l'Ardoise is located in Trelaze. Take a look at our Angers travel itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Musée de l'Ardoise and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • A very classic showroom, but that prepares well for the demonstration. The demonstration on the trades of slate is very instructive. The person who presents the cutting of the slates (very friendly) is especially very competent and knows beautifully animate his workshop, and us showing his knowledge do and being very long-winded explanations. She knows her subject perfectly. An hour of pleasure.
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  • If you like local history and daily life at the time of extraction in the Anjou slate this site is made for you. If possible I recommend the guided tour guides have many anecdotes and small details to tell you about. Demonstrations of slate slots are a must and the two splitters still in activity you revel. To finish to take the tour of the site around the former extraction wells and you will be permanently conquered.
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  • simple advice, there should not be double compared to the other Museum of slate through. But I advise to first see the blue mine, after see this Museum and then to see through.
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  • The visit to the Museum is in two parts: a demonstration of work on the slate, and a permanent exhibition. The demonstration is made by one of the last stone splitter with slates, working by hand. Rossignol (this is his nickname) is a pleasant, teacher and very funny, both passionate and exciting. The expo is a little less interesting, but she knows how to show us the difficult work of shale miners.
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  • The demonstration of the slate-splitter was beautiful
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