The museum is housed in a Liberty style building with stone walls, which was the original premises of the sweet factory. It is the fruition of a patient and spirited research and assembles into four rooms documents, utensils, equipment and tins, for making sweetmeats, sweet and chocolate.
The first room is dedicated to sweetmeats. Here you can find sieves, colanders, grinders and moulds used for the marzipan sweetmeats. It’s worthwhile to take note of the copper bassine and branlantes. In the second room, a video illustrates the history of the factory, and the important phases in the making of the sweetmeats. The third room contains machines and tools to make chocolates, including a temperer and a vintage melangeur.
Finally in the fourth room there are machines with bronze rollers, embossed by hand, for the sweet preparation.