Musee Europeen De La Geothermie et Du Thermalisme, Chaudes-Aigues

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Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
Musee Europeen De La Geothermie et Du Thermalisme reveals the mystery of the hot springs, the story behind the thermal waters, and the benefits of geothermal energy of the world. The natural springs in France are unique for Europe because they have the warmest waters at 82 C (179.6 F). You and you family will discover geothermal energy, the energy that humans used before oil, coal, or nuclear. Three floors uncover the mystery of tectonic plates, volcanoes, geysers, thermal waters and their benefits, and a dive down to underwater volcanoes called "Black Smokers." Plan to visit Musee Europeen De La Geothermie et Du Thermalisme and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Chaudes-Aigues attractions using our Chaudes-Aigues vacation trip planner.
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  • After the source of the by 82 ° visit is completed by the Museum next door who tells the operation of the source once then the origin of the hot water operated big in Italy (Larderelo etc) and other countries rich in volcanoes: Iceland, Japan, Costa Rica, then geothermal energy deep and also in other planets... plus a video on facilities for urban + swimming pool and thermal baths at hot-Aygues heating. There is a lot of things to read and to learn more about the heat from the land... visit 1 to 2 hours...
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  • A lot to read, suddenly not interactive. on the interactive little, several did not. Museum dated to the digital age the only thing interesting is the story of heating of the city at 1300
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  • Small pedestrian street, and in a corner, outside runs the famous hot water (approx. 80 °). Some spend quickly the hand under the boiling water of the fountain... The Museum is just above. In summer, it we cooled, but it has also cooled my enthusiasm. Nothing to add very reserved reviews do negative. (dated, too much to read, e.t.c) Make this museum more fun.
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