Textile Museum

The Wesserling Park Textile Museum has been open since 1996. It is a former printing press building and occupies a key position in the landscape of the large park area. Today, it narrates, through a lively and artistic approach, the fabulous epic of this former “Royal Textile Factory” which has marked the history of the entire Saint-Amarin valley.

– The Textile Museum is closed

Permanent Exhibitions

Textile History

Discover the history of the Wesserling Park from its creation to the present day. Imagine, through this permanent exhibition, the great site at certain times: 18th, 19th and 20th century.

► Costumed Demonstration

The Textile Museum comes alive to bring to life the crafts of the textile industry from the end of the 18th to the beginning of the 19th century: spinning, weaving, dyeing, drawing, engraving, board printing… A costumed guide takes you on a lively and authentic tour.

Wednesday, Saturday and SundayMonday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
Hours of the costumed demonstration 2pm2pm

Temporary Exhibitions

Through the fairy tales

Atrium parc de wesserling

“Through the fairy tales” will allow you to rediscover all the costumes inspired by fairy tales and magical worlds created by our costume designers.

Intervention Invading Network

Through “Intervention Invading Network”, Irene Anton proposes to take a self-critical look at the consumer society in which we live.

DMC – the art of yarn

DMC musée textile

Within this exhibition “all audiences and all ages”, it is possible to see and experience the very numerous DMC yarns.

Jules Verne exhibition

Jules Verne

A maze-like, fun and educational journey through the fantastic world of Jules Verne.

Children’s area

In the Textile Museum, there is an area entirely dedicated to children! 
You will find giant board games, costumes, enigmas, anecdotes and many other surprises…

► The Belvedere

A unique view of the Wesserling Park can be found in the Textile Museum! Discover the textile city from ten metres high!

Dogs are not allowed in the Textile Museum.