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Discover country life as it used to be at Ecomusee de Marqueze. Accessed by old-fashioned train, the attraction transports you into rural farm life during the 18th and 19th centuries. You'll see several buildings filled with authentic furniture and tradespeople, plus animals that are allowed to roam freely. Watch artisans create traditional baked bread, roast duck, and homemade jam, among other treats. Plan your Ecomusee de Marqueze visit and explore what else you can see and do in Sabres using our Sabres vacation route planner.
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Rdv gare de Sabres pour prendre un train dont les wagons ont plus de 100 ans, arrivé 4 kms après dans le quartier de marqueze ou vous pourrez soit faire la visite vous même, soit avec un guide qui vou... more »RDV station of Sabres to catch a train whose cars have more than 100 years, happened 4 km after in the neighborhood of marqueze or you can either do the tour you, either with a guide which explains life in the neighborhood, I you Council strongly guide that explains the why and how. The site has a priceless wealth whether it's real estate or chattel. Don't forget to buy bread and especially the pastis, they are fabulously delicious, the Baker. In terms of on-site dining, nothing to say, it is very correct, I loved the burger of the jour(4 août 2017). Take half a day to see the site because it is the story of the Moors; you go swim at the back.
1 accès pratique même si le parking est vite complet en été, vous marcherez 200m maxi après avoir trouvé une place plus loin. 2-La fréquence des départs de train toutes les 40' est correcte. 3, arrivé... more »1 access practice even if the parking is full quickly during the summer, you will walk 200 m maxi after finding a spot farther away. 2 - The frequency of train departures every 40' is correct. 3, arrived at the terminus after a nice trip in the Centennial material but very well maintained. 4. the walk starts on a playful way and a first demo of the Dan... on sign... 5 - the rest of the day will be held as well with a lot of reconstituted site but very few players... 1 Shepherd and 1 Miller on the entire Park is very little in high season between 12 and 17:00! 6 - strong point restoration to good value for money and the bread baked on the spot... but more than sheep cheese at 14:00.. so. 7 access is free in the garden of very high quality, but without a lot of precautions for unruly children who damage the fragile plants... 8 the henhouse are friendly with the Jackson challenge if you dare...... In the end we have it all at home and expected to see more of world in action as the various accessories don't work since long (House of the witch, trumpet tree,..) Dommmage, a potential to work given the vast spaces and shadow, mi Sun mi trails that allow a broad operation.
Infrastructures are nice but you have to walk a lot to see each "houses". Characters are not present everywhere... I only saw the guy with the sheeps and cows. Service at the restaurant was very very ... more »
. Not a theme park, a journey back in time” A very pleasant day can be spent here - we have visited several times and enjoyed it each time. TIP 1 Find out the times of the little train that takes you there, otherwise you'll be waiting at the station with nothing to do (there is no road access) TIP 2 Buy the fresh-baked bread made from flour milled on the premises - gorgeous! TIP 3 Very young children will be bored and fractious - it's not a theme park, there are no rides or slides. Ages 7 and above. TIP 4 take bottles of water and hats in the summer months - it can get very hot moving round. How many years have we been coming here? Too many to count! But the fact that we keep coming back tells you something very important: it's worth it. From catching the little olde-worlde train to get here, to peering inside the old houses and farm buildings, to walking around the lovely grounds and to learning (re-learning!) so much about life in the past, it's a great experience. Not for the toddler age group, but even teens will find something of interest. Especially as there's no wifi, so they will HAVE to ignore their phones! .
Nice atmosphere, you really get the idea how it was back in the end of the 19th century, living in an ancient French village.
Dominik PfingstVery nice "Museum". Life shows beautifully and vividly about 1900 around making it very appealing for small guests. Tip: Stock up anyway at the bakery. Very good bread and rolls with ham or olives. Absolutely worth the (high) price.
Pando AnneExcellent tour. Very fun for children. Facilitators are remarkable, and very interesting tour. It is a haven of peace.
Jörg DietrichVery nice Museum about the history of the region. Very widely, but all within easy reach. Ride the train to the ground is a highlight for little guests. 😎 There are also information material in German. French friends are better, which can go more into detail. But beware: the best not the best things attract. It is very sandy / dusty.
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