Tie presses, washing machines, Art Nouveau radiators, or colourful plastic record players from the 1970s: travel back in time through a collection that is unique in Europe, containing several thousand electrical devices, which bear witness to the evolution of our society and habits.

A rare item, this three-lamp heater was installed at the “Grand Hôtel” in Paris.

The first refrigerators made their appearance in the 1930s on the French market and spread widely in the Trente Glorieuses (1945 to 1975).

Elefo Bottle-warmer, 1920

Bush Television, 1948

Household Heater by Ostra, 1959

Sofono, Sun Radiator-1956

Philips Television, 1969

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Electricity from Antiquity to the 19th century

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Family visits

Throughout the year, the Electropolis Museum offers specially tailored events and services for families