Museum of Art and Popular Traditions located in a former Hotel Dieu 18th century. The collections evoke the lifestyle of the inhabitants of the grove in the 19th century through the costumes, furniture and handicraft shops. Collections of portraits and landscapes including Paul Huet (1803-1869). One floor is dedicated to cartoonist Charles Leander ( 1862-1934 ). A collection of cutlery makes the link with the industrial history of the city.
In 2014, two new exhibitions are proposed: After landing... Vire 1944-1965 and Ernest Pignon - Ernest and painters Caravagesques.
Open from late April to early November ( the rest of the year on reservation).
Hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 12.30pm and from 14h to 18h.
Free for children under 26 years old, unemployed, people with disabilities, ICOM card.
Full price: € 3 - Group rate (minimum 10 persons): 1 € 50.