Maison de l’Alpage
The Maison de l'Alpage allows you to discover the ITINERIO exhibition on the theme "Agriculture and landscapes, the great changes".
Permanent exhibition: "Agriculture and landscapes, the great changes".
The Chamonix valley is imbued with a nature that men, over the centuries, have invested and shaped. From the first shepherds to the peasants of today, the farmer remains the historical witness of the evolution of the landscapes and the mutations of the territory: Natural spaces, architecture and town planning, traffic and transport.
Through a richly illustrated exhibition, the visitor will find the keys to understanding the fragile balance between man and his environment.
Temporary exhibition: "What we know about... The House of the Lieutenant and Joseph Marie Devillaz".
In the heart of the Hameau du Mont, one of the oldest houses in the valley still hides many questions about its experience, its transformations over the centuries. This exhibition invites you to take stock of what we know today.
Further information :
Groups welcome all year round by reservation.
Tips and Suggestions :
Admission and free visit
- Popular arts and traditions
- Environment and nature
Nearest train stop: Gare de Servoz
Free parking nearby
Average duration of the individual visit: 45 min
Average duration of the group visit: 90 min
Group accepted up to 30 people
- School groups welcome
- Groups welcome
Individual visit services
- Unguided individual tours permanently
Group visits services
- Unguided group tours permanently
- Guided group tours on request
|Opening hours from January 01 to December 31, 2023|
Exceptional closure(s): January 01, 2023, April 10, 2023, May 18, 2023, May 29, 2023, May 01, 2023, May 08, 2023, July 14, 2023, November 01, 2023, November 11, 2023, December 25, 2023
For guided tours
Activities on site
- Manual workshops
- Temporary exhibitions
- Children's entertainment
Animals are accepted.