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A brilliant little museum for us mature folk, we spent a very happy hour or so. Definitely recommend paying the extra €2 for the audio guide. Not sure children would enjoy it, apart from the reconstruction of an old school room downstairs.
This fantastic museum really deserves its top rating.
Across 4 floors of an old warehouse,
what is really impressive is the detail in each of its recreated shops and services. Each recreation: bar, shops, barbers, photographers etc are very well done with fascinating original artifacts....More
We picked up a leaflet for the museum at a Tourist Office and decided to visit not really knowing what to expect. We've seen many little French museums over the years, some of which are amusing in their small size and span. We thought this...More
This museum is what I'm all about!!!! It was different, historical, and hands on (ish). I was so engaged the entire time, pay extra and get the audio guide, without that it wouldn't have been as cool. I loved the concept and the lay out...More
The museum is located in a side street (R.Lesson) off Rue Audrey de Puyravault which is directly behind the tourist information office building (where there's a large free car park opposite).
The lady behind reception was very friendly and spoke good English. For an additional...More
This very fine museum offers displays of artefacts, furniture and settings of shops and trades of the XIXth or eraly XXth century. It's a real opportunity of discovery for children and of nostalgia for grown ups.
Horaires d'ouverture :
jusqu'au 31 octobre, tous les jours 10-12 h et 14-19 h. Fermé le dimanche matin.
du 1/11 au 31/12/2015 tous les jours 10-12 h et 14-18 h. Fermé le dimanche matin
Musée fermé en janvier.