Located in the heart of Pont en Royans (Isère departement), elected the most beautiful village of Isère, the Water Museum is a unique space of 4000 m 2 dedicated to the scientific, ecological and planetary issues of the one who gives its color to the earth and who shaped the Alpine massif: Water.
Interactive, fun and educational, the Water Museum invites you to an aquatic journey to discover the fundamental element to life on Earth: weather quiz, climate tunnel, ludisphere and 3D dives in the projection room. Each visit ends with a unique water tasting animated by three water tasters who will reveal all the differences between mineral waters and spring waters but also between fat, dry, pearl, sparkling and even wet. The water bar gives pride of place to the local waters with the water of St Géron (43), the water of Sail (42) the Bonneval (73) and the Montarcher (42) … waters served by the largest starry tables.
For more than 20 years, the museum has been raising public awareness of water conservation. This year, his museum career is enriched by three new exhibitions where regional artists Rémi Masson, freediver, Stéphane Billon-Grand, sculptor and Simon Destombes, mountain guide, give unexpected views on water through large-format photographs and unpublished sculptures: groundwater, world waters and fish armour to fight against intensive fishing. Art, at the service of water, world heritage of humanity.
The Water Museum is also a complex with hotel, restaurant, seminar room…
More information: www.musee-eau.fr
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