Le Moulin du Got, Saint-Leonard-de-Noblat

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  • -Discover the paper manufacturing, you - leave with objects paper - enjoy exhibitions, always around the theme of the paper - Exchange with passionate and exciting technicians
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  • Beautiful place of heritage, restored and that revit. A paper of high quality production and attractive shop. Exhibitions temporary artworks involving paper, beautifully staged. Courses for all audiences and all year-round. This is how I was able to participate in the fall to a stage of paper mache, animated by an intervener, extremely generous in its approach, the artist Mélanie Bourlon. I have the best memories of this day both studious and friendly, and like everyone I guess. Repeat.
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  • Beautiful family visit. Loved the visit guided exhibitions and the shop again alone or with children we understand the history of the paper and how it was and is still being produced in this pretty mill. L great printing crossing enriching that full well the visit. Thank you to the staff.
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  • The history of the paper in a wonderful mill restored by enthusiasts. The charming guides and a beautiful afternoon in family
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  • A lovingly restored paper mill. To discover the ancestral papermaking & printing and prints techniques (why not in family) - many fun workshops & beautiful exhibitions
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  • A must-see tourist attraction in Haute-Vienne; a true living museum of paper and printing. Not to be missed
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  • An excellent team. Very interesting visit. Many proposed creative workshops. A very good place to advise.
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  • We tested today the visit of this mill which we heard much good for a long time and we can only confirm. It was a nice site, nice and who remained authentic. You there will be initially methods of manufacture of paper as formerly. Then in a second step, printing. It is already noted that the work carried out by this association (Hey Yes it is an association that deals with this mill), is remarkable. Paper is gorgeous, and machinery production (paper, as printing) are machines of eras (rather on the 19th/20th period, but you will have plenty of explanations on older methods). The guide (the guide to be precise) made us a superb visit. When talking about this profession with passion and what interest the large and small, it is always a joy. The paper (if it is the right term to check) you also explain how they proceed. Our 4-year-old son to loved, and we also. The kick can only advise you get there and talk about good around you, and this opinion is completely devoid of any commercial interest. Will be just warned parents who have small full of energy tips, to take full advantage of the visit and comments, it is good to have children who "will take" 1 to 2 hours of the visit. Otherwise expect a smartphone relief and applications adapted to occupy :D Visited in April 2013
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