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Based on TripAdvisor reviews, we decided to take the 3k walk out of town to this museum when we were staying in Uzes. As others have said, this is surprisingly interesting. It is a private museum run by a father and son and the father...More
I loved this place!! One of those places that you go into really not expecting very much but you get drawn in and it really takes you back to the black and white films I used to watch on a Sunday afternoon as a kid!...More
Helpful staff. Very nicely decorated musem. It does not take very long to go through, depending on the detail you want to take a look at (there is a lot). There are many smaller things besides the vehicles.
All in all a very pleasant atmosphere,...More
This is a great place to revisit the past of both France and in fact Europe.
There is so many vintage vehicles, radios, TVs, radiograms, motorbikes, cycles and in fact so much it is difficult to take it all in.
We were there several years...More
This was the best surprise of our family vacation in the South of France! Recommended by the proprietors of La Maison des Lauriers, we spent 30-60 minutes visiting this well-designed museum before heading to the Pont du Gard. The owner has assembled an amazing collection...More
Date of experience: December 2016
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GASTONetFREDERIC, et toute l'équipe at Musee 1900, responded to this reviewResponded 5 January 2017
We arrived late in the day and thought we might not have enough time to see the whole thing but it only took us about 45 minutes to go through. Lots of random stuff to look at, displayed by categories like "automobile", "radio", "photography", "agricultural...More
You don't have to be at a loose end to come here, it is worth the trip in it's own right. A vast and comprehensive collection of every thing under the sun. Superbly presented and maintained. Cars, bikes, farming, telephones.... all from the past and...More