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A beautiful French museum in Provence called the is dedicated to promoting the benefits of lavender. This museum has been maintained by the Lincele family for several generations. They have been engaged in the production and distillation of lavender for several years. There is a wonderful boutique inside this museum, various ongoing exhibitions and a farmhouse that attract tourists from all over the world. Visiting this museum will be a great experience. Plan to visit Musee de la Lavande during your Coustellet vacation using our convenient Coustellet travel planner.
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Musee de la Lavande Reviews
13,60 euros betaald voor 2 personen. Als je binnengaat krijg je een filmpje te zien over de fijne lavendel. Je, want er zijn verschillende soorten lavendel maar de fijne lavendel zou geneeskundige kra... more »13.60 euros paid for 2 people. If you enter you get to see a movie about the fine Lavender. You, because there are different types of lavender but the fine Lavender would medical forces have. But with the leaflet that you get to the entrance you already know everything. The movie to the second room where you get to see some copper distillermachines and some old bottles of pharmacists and thats it. The third Hall is the shop where everything is very pricey. Or is a sphere SOAP to 9.95 euros to 10 euros and a lip balm not expensive? And those are really the cheapest prices because a mask for the face is soon 40 euros. A bouquetje reukt is also nothing that really dried lavender to 9.95 euros. No really, definitely worth a detour and feel cheated for that price. Last year visited a cooperative olive oil (products). The entrance was free and the products much cheaper and you had everything from there in terms of care and also according to their best. Am even though the perfume museum of Grass go visit and everything was better like this.
Vous êtes très bien accueillis dès l'entrée du musée par Nicolas qui connait tout sur la lavande. Les alambics dans le musée sont magnifiques je recommande le musée à tous les amateurs de lavande et d... more »You are very welcome at the entrance to the Museum by Nicolas who knows everything about Lavender. The stills in the Museum are wonderful I recommend the Museum to all lovers of lavender and distillation. When the visit is over you arrive directly in the shop, you're greeted by a charming vendors who offer quality Lavender products
Estive em 2013 e simplesmente ameiii! O cheiro e visual dos campos de lavandas me lembro até hoje! No museu adquiri o óleo de lavanda (aroma e remédio) e o miel de lavanda! Vale a experiência, é fantá... more »I've been in 2013 and simply ameiii! The smell and look of lavender fields remember until today! The Museum acquired the lavender oil (aroma and medicine) and miel of lavender! Worth the experience, it's fantastic!
Very nice museum, more focused on the distillation than on the plants, but if you are interested in the whole lavender product making process you will love it! Maybe not suited for average tourist that has no relation to lavender at all... Products a bit expensive, they have lots of discounts though... The best thing to buy there is the essential lavender oil, this one has a reasonable price.
The staff are very friendly, speaks English, and does everything to make you feel welcome and enjoy the visit. The 10 minute video. viewed with audio guides in various languages, is interesting and informative. The shop has a wide variety of products and lavender tea is delicious.
Very interesting and informative. And the products are fabulous.
Loved the Lavender Museum, our guide Rita was fantastic and we learned so much. My group had an amazing time, we will for sure be back!
We absolutely loved this place. We weren't going to go because we thought it was just a commercial museum selling lavender oil but it was really a pleasure to find out about Lavender's real history and its current state. It is done really well here. You won't be disappointed.
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