Do you know Hemp? In Lucey, it was grown in the "chenevières" to be able to make ropes and household linen. The hemp was immersed after its harvest in water holes, the roises, to rette (clean the fibers). Once the tows were detached after grinding, the hemp could be dried in the sun to be combed and then processed.
Today, there are more than 30 kings to discover in Lucey with a route decorated with panels. An original landscape for a bucolic outing.
- Permanent free visits.
- Guided tours by the Maison Lorraine de la Polyculture, on request (min. 6 people)