Closed since the second world war the Museum of Poligny is reborn with a first campaign of scanning, making it accessible to all 100 d objects from the Museum's main collections.
Gigantic dinosaur bones discovered in the forest of Chasagne during the construction of the Besançon-Lyon railway line in 1862. Ethnology objects make us travel of Kabylia in New Caledonia via the Marquesas Islands. The Museum has two albums of photographs taken in the years 1880-1890 in Tahiti and New Caledonia in its collections. Another beautiful piece of this Museum a herbarium collected by Auge de Lassus, receiver of finances in Poligny and member of the Société Botanique de France. Was in the middle of the 19th century, it has 4,500 samples collected in various places (Jura, South of France and Algeria).