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Palais des Bonbons et du Nougat, Montelimar
(1.8/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
Palais des Bonbons et du Nougat is a dream of sugar and play that will make any child, and some adults, squeal. The museum traces the birth of bonbons and nougat and their rise to power in the desert world. As if candy isn’t enough pleasure for one day, toys are also on display in an exhibit that follow trends in play from the last 100 hundreds. Visit the gift shop on your way out to pick up some treats of your own.  Put Palais des Bonbons et du Nougat into our Montelimar family vacation planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Montelimar.
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  • Good time family experiences. Nice travel in time with the toys and the rn7. Small friendly farm.
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  • The Palace of the candy makes you discover the history of some candy, but not only. Also back in the past with the toys of our childhood, stagings of candy to make the frescoes or the giant tubos filled with colors. The biggest of the world, and the smallest nougat! Also a small historical passage with characters, cars and other decorations that my completely... See, really... Also in front of the production workshop of nougats, and exit, the store where all gourmets will find sweets at all prices
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  • The entrance fee €11 including children over 12 years. Initially, atmosphere Museum with educational boards and then everything goes live! We think a collection of clowns that borders Provence santons. Not far away, a reproduction of chopper for spoiled child, a nod to the N7, then a collection of dolls and toys. To finish whole family cracked in the shops of the nougats and sweets. Everything is normal we come to this, the treats! Overall visit friendly, with lots of flashback for adults (Casimir, Goldorak, Patrice Drevet and the famous Kiki).
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  • Very nice surprise! On the advice of our hotel, we went to discover this "Kingdom" of childhood and we were amazed! A real dip in our childhood. Is not that of the sweets and nougat and that's good, there are a multitude of things to see and especially to find. We had read some very positive reviews and it is clear that they are fake. Visit, you will not be disappointed!
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  • Museum where the nougat is represented very little, a little video on the end, the biggest and the smallest nougat shown, and that's about it. Too many things that have nothing to do with sweets and nougat! What do the santons, dolls, clowns, toys, cars in this Palace? Very disappointed with the price for the service, and we have yet done the Museum without Miss party! No tastings, staff has frankly not friendly store, very clean atmosphere. Discovered a shop in the much less expensive city center, with handmade nougat and made very good local produce (wine tasting on the spot with explanation of the saleswoman there, not like in your Palace), I therefore don't recommend this Palace!
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  • Con trap. Nougat really bad and expensive (€ 25 pounds...). The store is really ugly. The address given on the packaging of nougat is not the same store (yet "nougat" is made here). It is exactly the same to the grab-fool that you are at along the borders. Avoid (it is better to buy good true nougat, as at City Center)
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  • 40 euros for a family of 2 adults and 2 children. Tasting not found (if it was candy given to the entry it has nothing tasting...). A worthy of a cluster of old toys antiques garage sale, rooms to theme (N7) that have nothing to do with nougat and sweets. We have the feeling of having been taken for suckers. Chocolate City is otherwise more interesting to a few km of the.
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  • Very expensive for what they are worth. €42 for the entrance (2 adults and 2 children), where we offer you four poor candy at the entrance, then at exit 44 purchase of candy. I think we could offer us the entry... I will not return! For the price, I prefer to do another activity, such as kayaking or another!
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