Run by local history lovers the 'Friends of Lamballe and Penthièvre', this museum reveals the history of the Penthièvre capital. There are three rooms, whose collections give visitors a glimpse of how people used to live: ceramics, crockery, costumes and head-dresses, vintage photos, architectural pieces, local pots, finials and the famous Frédéric. A model of the town in 1420 shows Lamballe before its château and ramparts were destroyed. All that survives today is the Collégiale, the château's former chapel.
A theme-based exhibition completes your visit.
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- Descriptif groupes : Il retrace l’histoire de la Capitale du Penthièvre et présente des collections d’objets témoins de la vie d’autrefois.