Musée du Vin et de la Batellerie, Bergerac
(3.1/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Small visit friendly with discoveries of odors with a scent game and a short film. A saleswoman available and to listen.
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  • In the reviews of this section is an unfortunate confusion on the name crept (!). Most reviews are about the "Maison des Vins (Rue des Récolets)", which I believe is very interesting indeed seemed to get acquainted with the different local wines but I regret that I could not visit because of closed during the afternoon hours. The "Musée du Vin et de la Batellerie" I visited desigher and I can only describe as a waste of time. The museum (which actually does not deserve this name) is housed in an old House and includes 3 levels. Each level has 3 rooms. In this limited infrastructure were not less than 3 themes "worked out": the history of the city Bergerac, the history of viticulture in the region and the history of navigation in the region. This is obviously much too ambitious and therefore it remains a limited mixed bag of objects that generate little interest. The entrance is 3 EUR, no insurmountable amount but too much for what is offered. It is this kind of establishments that museums to the public at large a reputation of being dull and boring.
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  • We were rambling through Bergerac when we found the wine museum. It was interesting and informative. Our only regret was that the documentary film was closed at the time of our visit. 
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  • Here is built the history of Bergerac through its conquest by battles, arranged marriages and extensions, as well as "merchandising" of wine flowing through the waterways.
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  • Visit to learn on the different you and terroir
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