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Interesting and free entry - why not learn more about the nativity scene figures? I didn't realise the history behind this intricate figures and that each piece has a specific position in the festive scene. Interesting 20 minutes.
It's a cosy museum,, which gives you an impression of classic handcraft, out of the region. The setting is nice, but the presentation could be better. Also the explanation is a little bit poor. When you are familiar to the region, it's nice to visit,...More
If you are in Les Baux, this little museum is well worth seeking out. We might have missed it if I hadn't been idly wandering, waiting for my husband to take a photo of the view. It has permanent displays of Santons - the traditional...More
Santons , are small/young saints .
An interesting and charming display of small figurines/dolls , with explanation placards in English (for a change) . Entry is free , it is nice but not a must , so don't rush .
Santons are small figurines dressed to represent various entities. This small, one-room museum displays a variety of local santons dressed in a multitude of arraignments and created with a spectrum of skills.
Open daily throughout the year and free of charge, a brief visit to this museum of "santons" or figures for the nativity scene offers a unique view of the Les Baux traditional craft. There are figures from the 17 th, 18 th and 19 th...More
This was a nice find around a corner in Les Baux. The old santons and the descriptions and explanations are very interesting. Although small this is a better option than visiting a paying Santons exhibition and having to buy from the people as well.