Musee du Village d'Antan, Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert

(4.7/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Musee du Village d'Antan is located in Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Musee du Village d'Antan and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • During our visit to this magnificent village, we had a great time at the Santonnier. Friendly, passionate and exciting, thanks again for all those explanations. My 10 year old son has loved all the characters, sets and couldn't come out without his fisherman and his boat. Free visit of the village of yesteryear has amazed him (and us). He asked 1000 questions to the santonnier on how, with what, how long to build all of the characters and scenery? Discover.
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  • My passionate children lead the tools of yesteryear in a period House and a fabulous panorama model that has no price!
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  • We came across this place by accident and we just had to take a look! Glad we did:) We had café avec crème de marron (which was too sweat to my taste) and tea with chocolate and apricots pie (deliciou...  more »
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  • Actually one of the most beautiful villages of France. Through the way of Saint James he managed to preserve its medieval charm. The alleys are filled with stories. The many small shops and craftsmen are fascinating. If the parking was paying, a free shuttle can reach the bridge of the devil for a well deserved swim.
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  • Saint Guillem desert deserves its title of the most beautiful villages in France. A Board stay 3 nights at least, in the heart of the village, the escuelle Tavern. My only regret is not to be staying longer. The village is beautiful, peaceful, and it is starting point for numerous ballads. For those who make the pilgrimage to Compostel, the village offers many housing and dormitories for the pilgrims.
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  • Part of the list of the most beautiful village of France. Visit
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  • I buy every year it is a true passion... and I spent whenever I am in St Guilhem! A fabulous job!
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