Musée de la Chalosse

Located on the field of Carcher in Montfort in Landes Chalosse, the Museum of Chalosse retraces daily life in the 19th century. During the visit, you will discover the finely furnished mansion, the wine cellar and its Roman press, the bread oven, the house and the garden of the sharecropper... without forgetting Yoan and Martin, the beefs chalosse and the sow Gascon covered with its black silks. Guided tours, multimedia tablets, sensory devices, play desks, discover the museum at your fingertips. Events throughout the year (Bread Festival, Museum Night, Summer Night), meetings with the Friends of the Museum on Saturdays in June and September and fun workshops on Wednesdays in July / August. Every year, there is a photographic or thematic exhibition that explores the rural world and the Chalosse. And do not forget the first Saturday of October, the Grape Harvest Festival !

  • Topics: Farming / rural world, Crafts, Decorative arts, Popular arts and traditions, Ecomuseum, Trades, Winegrowing
  • Secondary Type: Park and garden
  • Type: Museum
  • Groups accepted ( minimum : 10 - maximum : 60 )


Activities on site

  • Specific themed events
  • Workshop for adults
  • Workshop for children
  • Conferences
  • Temporary exhibitions


  • Conservatory
  • Pleasure garden


  • Accredited and inspected by the French Museum Authority

Spoken languages

  • English

Chains and labels

  • Accueil Vélo
  • Musée de France
  • Qualité Tourisme
  • Tourism labels disability: Hearing handicap, Mental handicap, Motor handicap, Sight handicap

Means of payment

  • Payment cards
  • Cheques and postal orders
  • Chèques Vacances
  • Cash


  • Accepted animals
  • Pram-friendly
  • Coach parking
  • Equipped conference room
  • Shop
  • Media library


  • Bus parking



Location:in the country, accessible on foot from the tourist office


  • Information panel languages: French, English
  • Guided tour

Languages tour

  • French


  • Duration visit: 90 min (average)


  • Duration visit: 90 min (average)