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Haribo Museum, Uzes

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Satisfy your sweet tooth--and witness the making and packaging of the world's original gummy bears, Haribo Gold-Bears--at Haribo Museum. This museum is dedicated to the history, production, and sale of gummies, licorice, and other treats. Peruse hundreds of documents and exhibits, including machines and posters, related to the creation and advertising of these goodies. To find out how to plan a trip to Uzes, use our trip itinerary maker.
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  • superb runs to learn how came the candy, are changing, as well as the history of the famous brand Haribo. fun activity to do during all through it. the only downside is the last room, the room of "production". us pension see the manufacturing steps or at least feel different possible sweet perfumes and why not create our, but no, it isn't just a gym of the candy. otherwise the visit is very interesting. ^^
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  • Not very interesting. Just signs to read, not demonstration or demo machine. The rooms are huge, but almost empty. Games on shelves almost fail and put the patience went wrong. Everything is aging. You see that nothing is kept and still less renewed. Liquid licorice liquor is moldy for quite a long time. Really for € 7, it's not worth. Go to the shop, if you are a true fan of haribo, but otherwise you would miss anything if you don't go.
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  • This museum very frequented by families has not convinced me. I would have preferred to see directly the production of candy. At the entrance (paid) you get a bag of candy and then we visit with explained history of the founder of the brand not super interesting.
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  • It's four rooms of sweets and sweet history. For me €30 was a lot for family to see sugar, gelatin, flavourings,and colours added together in many different ways. Obviously kids enjoyed rushing through each exhibit to get to massive sweet shop at end. €10 boxes stacked 3ft high. sweet!.staff very good. All quite easy.
  • Small just four floors but kinda of fun. I don't really eat Haribo but it was enjoyable going a pack while going around. Certainly have more appreciation for what goes into making one. Also because it doesn't take too long it is very well place to do Pont du Gard before or after.
  • Children loved it. Not much to actually see. As an adult overpriced, children loved the free sweets.
  • Great for the kids to see history of haribo. Kids loved roaming around although shop at the end is obviously not so good for their teeth 😁😨
  • A reasonably interesting museum about Haribo and confectionery in general. It gets very, very busy especially in July. The real highlight is the shop!

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