The Musée EDF Hydrélec is the only museum in France dedicated to hydroelectricity. Installed in Oisans, the Musée EDF Hydrélec features a new 900m2 scenographic display that retraces the epic story of the production of hydroelectricity.
EDF Museum on Hydroelectricity
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It pays homage to the scientists, engineers, technicians and manoeuvres that played a role in building the hydroelectric power stations and dams, some of which have become an integral part of our heritage and genuine works of art. Installed in Oisans, in the heart of an area with a long history of hydroelectricity, the Musée EDF Hydrélec has now been awarded the «Musée de France» label. It features a number of unique collections comprising scientific and technical objects from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The museum is a member of the "Route des Savoir-Faire de l'Oisans" and organizes guided visit every Wednesday at 3pm, by appointment.

This establishment offers the E-Bike Service: charge your electric bike here on request (remember to take your charger).

Individual tours

Unguided individual tours available permanently

Guided individual tours on request

Average duration of individual tour

90 minutes

Group tours

Unguided group tours available permanently

Unguided group tours on request

Guided group tours on request

Average duration of Group tour

90 minutes

Tour langages

  1. French

Service Provider(s)


From 1/10 to 30/04: everyday except on Monday between 1 PM and 5 PM.

From 02/05 to 30/09: everyday except on Monday from 10am to noon and 1pm to 6pm.

Closed exceptionally on January 1st, May 1st, May 8th, December 25th and November.


Free of charge. Booking needed for groups.


From Grenoble, D1091 towards Bourg d'Oisans until "Rochetaillée". Follow the signs to Allemont and drive along the Verney dam towards the Col du Glandon and Col de la Croix de Fer.

EDF Museum on Hydroelectricity