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Chateau de la Verrerie, Le Creusot
(3.7/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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  • It takes good 4 hours to visit all Castle + Museum of industry. Beautiful exhibitions, including a temporary exhibition "chadebec". You have to park nearby, because there is no parking! Pleasant home.
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  • The glass Castle is worth a visit. By accessing the site by Court of honor which is worth that we stop a moment, we visit the three highlights of the site: the Museum, the little theatre and the Tennis Hall. The Park is also interesting to see. The tour can be continued also in front of the Castle, below, by the discovery of the old industrial site Schneider (whose part is the seat of the University)
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  • Very nice and beautiful, Museum Park is interesting. Visit to the little theater is nice! We'd like to see more.
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  • Superbe environnement et très beau chateau
  • A monument of culture... The transition from the old regime to forge masters... A must see, little theater included!
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  • It is a very interesting Castle which summarizes the history of le Creusot, you can also visit the Pavilion of the industry who explains, using touch screen tablets, the development of this industrial city.
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  • Place full of history to visit absolutely when we are passing in the Creusot.
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  • A visit to the industrial history of this city and the Schneider empire
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