Musee Promenade, Digne les Bains

(3.6/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • We have the Museum visited, because we were curious, as here the geological features of the area are taught. Even though there are only a few spaces: that what is displayed is quite rewarding. A visit because of the living fossil is quite exciting for children. Oh, Yes: the Park rings around is also pretty nice, even though the theme of art's here maybe a little overrated.
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  • The trails and art hall are beautiful and the exhibition at top of the hill interesting. The exhibition is perhaps mainly directed to youngsters but quite agreeable to others too I believe.  more »
  • €8, too expensive for what there is to see. However the staff is very friendly, a girl with my mom in the car to go: if not impossible for her to climb really too difficult.
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  • Hello I visited the Park yesterday, it's not bad but butterflies I'm still waiting, the Japanese garden... go see a real before making and a shot of red paint on the bridge would do good. A 8 (e) the entered the painting is paid. I who am landscape I notice all the details, then made an effort there is not that the grass was cut. A wise
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  • Very interesting place with butterfly trail which allows you to see a lot of Lepidoptera (more than 130 species observed). The garden also has a Japanese garden and contemporary works of art. At the top of the Park is the Museum containing rare and superb collections of fossils from the geological Reserve of Haute Provence. The Museum has been renovated and can now see aquariums containing fish and mollusk old and still existing today as the Nautilus. The visit really allows a trip in time, and we're following the evolution of the species. Half a day can really enjoy this wonderful place.
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  • A great idea to walk, even with children
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  • Bucolic. Old-fashioned museography
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