The Priory Museum offers a collection of Charolles pottery, pieces of exceptional craftsmanship alongside popular items of an advertising or religious nature. Some forty canvasses by Jean Laronze (1852-1937), a Burgundy landscape artist reflect the feeling of nobility and calm that the landscapes of Saône-et-Loire inspired in him. The Priory Chapel has since 2006 held the collection of sculptures by René Davoine (1888-1962).
Saint-Amand-en-Puisaye, Musée du Grès In a wing of the Renaissance chateau of Saint-Amand-en-Puisaye there is traditional pottery production of Puisaye, utilitarian stoneware, together with a rich collection of 250 pieces of decorative pottery if the Carriès School.
Saint-Sauveur-en-Puisaye, Musée Colette A printing museum. Saint-Sauveur-en-Puiaye offers an extraordinary art museum dedicated to the writings and person of Colette, one of the most remarkable figures in French literature.
The Loire is suggested in its long-standing activities, such as inland waterways, trade, traditional fishing, landscapes and landscaping. A collection of 20th century paintings, sculptures and pottery rounds of this tour of the Loire.