Until 20 December 2023

In 1943, Mr. Lequien witnessed the crash of an American plane, shot down in mid-air by the Germans. Years later, he began collecting objects related to the bombings that took place in the Oise region during the Second World War. This extraordinary collection of military objects is completed by uniforms, archive documents, old photographs and maps.

The museum's passionate volunteers present this collection, explaining the causes and consequences of the bombings and passing on the memories of the inhabitants of this quarry village who lived through this shocking period.

Visit every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday afternoon, by reservation at 06 12 12 21 38 or by mail: danielderniame@aol.com
Everyone, from 8 years old.

The museum is located in the cellar of the former Commissary of the district and is therefore not accessible to people with reduced mobility.


Reduced price 3,50 €
Adult rate 4 €


From 20 September to 20 December
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Open from 14h à 18h
Thusday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday Open from 14h à 18h
Sunday Open from 14h à 18h