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Best things to do in Oyonnax

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Natural Feature
“Pour se baigner se balader ou manger à l'auberge, un coin sauvage et sympathique”
5 locals recommend
Museum
“Le musée d'Oyonnax, unique en Europe, retrace la longue et passionnante histoire industrielle d'une ville et de sa vallée, des premiers peignes en buis, à la plasturgie de demain.”
1 local recommends
Diner
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“Carte sans prétention mais variée et l'accueil est sympa. Les prix sont raisonnables.”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
Lounge
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Movie Theater
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
Museum
“La Grande Vapeur est un bâtiment emblématique de l'industrie du peigne à Oyonnax, construit en 1905 par Auguste Chanard. Cette usine préfigure la spécialisation de la région d'Oyonnax dans la plasturgie aujourd'hui surnommée la "plastics vallée".”
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Street Address
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Store
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Stadium
“Le public du stade Charles Mathon est un des meilleurs du championnat de rugby !”
1 local recommends
Bar
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Boutique
“Oyonnax (French pronunciation: ​[ɔjɔna]) is the second most populated commune in the Ain department in the Rhône-Alpes region in eastern France. Its residents are known as Oyonnaxiens. Oyonnax lies in a valley of the Jura Mountains in the far north of Ain. It is near the Parc naturel régional du Haut-Jura. The city is on the river Ange. Its prominence in the plastics industry has earned it the name Plastics Valley. The town was awarded the Médaille de la Résistance on 16 June 1947. The town is served by the A404 autoroute. Oyonnax railway station is located on the railway line between Montréal-la-Cluse and Andelot-en-Montagne. The town has a cultural centre, including cinemas, concert halls, and a "Museum of the Comb and of the Plastics Industry". Tourist activities include hiking, canoeing and cross-country skiing among the forests, hills and lakes of the area. The city has a rugby union team, Oyonnax Rugby, that was promoted to the Division 1 Top 14 in 2013. The team plays at the Stade Charles-Mathon. Oyonnax is twinned with Eislingen/Fils, Germany since 2001. Eric Barone (1960- , sportsman, beat the world speed record descending on a bicycle, both on snow and soil. Léger-Félicité Sonthonax (1763–1813), politician and abolitionist during the French Revolution Paul Collomb (1921-6 October 2010), painter ”
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Supermarket