Musee des Marais Salants, Batz-sur-Mer

(4.6/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • Interesting tour. A museum that combines the modern with games and info on Tablet, as well as the traditional objects. Good explanations. Historical films about rural life. Low rate that changes of the museums or private activities.
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  • Everything you wanted to know about salt but were afraid to ask... Out of this Museum, you will know everything! A discovery of the salt marshes, harvest, the salt and the life of its workers. Embellished clear exhibition of pictures, objects, material... really great not to be missed if you pass by the!
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  • Bartz on sea crossing there visit the Museum of salt marshes very nice its worth taking the time to read, and the entry is not very expensive 5 euros I advise
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  • Beautiful Museum
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  • excellent visits, on several occasions, with professionals of museography, in family. A very beautiful and intelligent Museum that you want to review and has a superb collection. !!!
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  • Hideous. No leadership no Broschürein D or English. Everything is written exclusively in F. Lighting is dark and the interactive items broken. At least the kids were up to 12 free.
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  • Super Museum, very pretty pieces, discovered even for a 'child of the country', excellent explanations of the curator
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