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Musée Paul Dupuy, Toulouse
(3.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • The collection of watches alone worth the trip! The design, methods... With a story through the "time" :). It's the most interesting part of the Museum. There are also various objects of the middle age with a beautiful collection of earthenware. In addition the person of hospitality is friendly and feels his passion for his Museum. Do a rainy day :).
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  • Certainly one of the finest collections of old watch. The former collection of Paul Gélis, who comes to be supplemented by that of George principles. Parts of Habrecht, Antide January, a charming romantic clock from Paris the widow Desarnaud-carpenter shop. Don't forget to take a break from the apothecary of the Jesuits, on the right just after the entrance. And then place of knowledge sharing, with its cycles of conferences, particularly that of the CNES, the 2nd Saturday of every month at 15: 00.
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  • What Museum! the "furniture and objects of apothecary" room possibilities of great treasures and the rooms reserved for the watchmaking world are simply extraordinary. the design allows an easy understanding of the successive mechanisms developed by the master watchmaker. Houdin PLC no longer works (it should be restored shortly) but it is so amazing that this object could one day work! Call the Museum to arrange a date if you want to see the prints. The Museum is closed on Monday.
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  • Quaint.
  • At the top. Surtt for fanatics of old clocks...
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  • A beautiful collection, but a visit disrupted by the omnipresence of (too) many guards who follow us to the trace of very urgently. One of them, deserves the Palm of rudeness. A person aged who had laid his bag on a table including the prohibition of the use was not specified, he made him remove with brutality, without waiting that she could respond to his invective devoid of any formula of politeness. The CAD asked us our tickets without a "Hello" or "thank you" and "good visit". Furthermore, I noticed that he wore no formulas for politeness to his colleagues that he had asked a service. Finally, I went to the toilet just after him and had to clean the admirable turd which he submitted into the bowl without making use of the flush. In addition, staff is noisy and the visit was disrupted by their chatter.
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  • Not bad at all this Museum
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