A moving immersion in the profession of slate…

In the completely rehabilitated former Carmelite convent, the daily life of the slate workers is revealed. The coffee swallowed on the kitchen table, next to the stove. The overalls on and the bike straddled. The arrival at the mine, greets him at Saint Barbara. Then go underground or stay on the surface to split, claw, chop. The pay collected at the coffee counter, a real place of life in the city. "The legend says that there were as many cafes as there were slate holes". A place to discover…



The museum is accessible free of charge all year round

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