Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions of the Haute Vézère
Situated in the centre of the village, the museum is housed in a house dating from the Renaissance period, and features furniture, objects and tools that evoke family life, farming activities and crafts in the 19th century. The museum also features personalities with links to Treignac: the lawyer Charles Lachaud and Marc Sangnier, founder of Le Sillon, as well as the painters Edmond Tapissier and Camille Fleury.
Toute l'année, possibilité d'organiser des visites pour les groupes, sur réservation.
Groupe accepté jusqu'a 30 personnes