This is a nice little museum. We were really interested to read about the birth of Camembert and see the production process. Camembert itself was surprisingly small but very picturesque. The samples of cheese we got with the museum ticket were very generous, and we found some nice cheese themed merchandise in the shop. I initially rated three stars, but really we just didn't get the most out of it because we had young children with us, and the museum isn't really aimed at them. But we weren't charged for them and they still got a piece of cheese to try, so that seemed unfair. They did enjoy the cow models but rushed us through a bit. The museum is small and doesn't take long to do, but the trip could be extended by a visit to the excellent Marechalerie restaurant a short drive away. I recommend a visit to adults and perhaps their older children.