Parc du Bournat
In the heart of the Périgord Noir in the Vézère valley, the Parc du Bournat in Le Bugue plunges you into the daily life of a Périgord village at the beginning of the last century.
The town hall built of blonde Périgord stone, the chapel, the school, the windmill, the vegetable garden, etc... Time stood still here in 1900, so take a stroll or a ride in a horse-drawn carriage through the streets of the 8-hectare village.
While the entertainers bring to life the tunes and legends of yesteryear, the craftsmen get down to work: the knifemaker makes knives with walnut handles, the potter shapes jugs, vases and jars.
Want to get involved? Sign up for one of the hands-on workshops: make your own pottery or try your hand at the art of full and loose strokes with the teacher in the 1900s classroom.
Late-night visits on Wednesdays and Thursdays in July and August.
Catering on site.
- Groupe accepté de 20 à 300 personnes
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Pets are allowed.
- Hearing impairment
- Mental disability