The Amédée Lemozi museum
The Amédée Lemozi Regional Prehistory Museum (named after its founder, the village priest) represents in its collections more than 350,000 years of human occupation in Quercy.
The prehistory exhibition presents the finest pieces.
The showing of a film documentary and a section dedicated to cave art is complementary to the cave visit.
The quality of the museum’s collections is recognised by the designation “Musée de France” :
- exhibition The Cave Art of Quercy
- exhibition Prehistory in Quercy
- cinema : film documentary
- history of the museum itself
- research and study of the collections
The museum is freely accessible, and there is no guided tour. Visitors stay as long as they wish (about an hour for an “average” visit). Information in French with English translation.