Open since 1995, the écorché anatomy museum display one of the most unique collections in the world. Doctor Auzoux’s écorchés have been used to train many generations of doctors around the world and are still being used for this purpose.

With financial support from the French state, Auzoux founded a factory for producing anatomical models in his small hometown of St. Aubin d'Ecrosville in France. After a few years, the models became a commercial success, and were used by schools, universities and hospitals, as well as by private individuals who could rent models at low costs.

Responding to changing trends in scientific research and education, the company branched out into producing models of human embryos, animals and plants.

This logo identifies the institutions that have received the label guaranteeing the quality of care and all services offered to clients. The écorché anatomy museum, as heritage tourism department s falls within the guidelines of the departmental committee of tourism.

Opening times:

Open to the public Wednesday to Sunday (including holidays), from 2PM to .PM Annual closure from mid-December to end January.


Individual rates for open houses, tours (on request) and audio guides:
* Adult: 4,50 €
* 10-18 years: 3.50 €
* Free for children under 10 years

Group rate (10 pers.)
* Adult: 4 €
* Children: 3 €