The house of Merine has retained the furniture of the 19th century left by the Vinet family. In the windows of the floor are exposed clothes of the same period with the models.
On the ground floor there is a presentation on Saintongeaise ceramics.
A reconstituted laundry explains how “bujhée” (laundry) was made in the bujolies made by the Bujoliers, hence the name of the village.
An educational room shows the geology of the valley with its stratigraphic layers dating back to the Late Cretaceous period.
Opening hours: July and August: 2:30 pm – 6 pm The rest of the year by appointment.