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Musée de la Pogne Pascalis


86, Grand'rue Jean Jaurès



Languages spoken

  • English
  • French



Located in Bourg de Péage, the Pascalis bakery was founded in 1892 by the family's great-grandfather.
In addition to a wide range of breads and viennoiseries, this bakery makes the famous Pogne de Romans brioche, for which the company has been renowned for four generations.
The production of this brioche, delicately scented with orange blossom, dates back to the Middle Ages. The recipe has been preserved, and the know-how to make it has been handed down from father to son.
Once a traditional Easter brioche, it is now eaten all year round, to the delight of young and old alike.
It's one of the jewels in our gastronomic crown!
Want to find out all about the history and production of this local specialty?
A film, a tasting and a visit to the bakery to discover this authentic savoir-faire!

We want this ancestral know-how to be passed on so that it lasts as long as possible. That's why we're offering you a 100% free tour, so you can get away from it all and discover the products of our magnificent region.

A guided tour of the working bakery will allow you to see the bakers at work. Afterwards, a film will be shown to learn more about the Pascalis family, and discover their history through the museum's various media.
We'll end with a tasting of our speciality...

Opening periods

Closed temporarily.


Free of charge. Guided tours on booking.

Methods of payment

  • Cash
  • Bank/credit card
  • Titres restaurant (vouchers)
  • Check

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