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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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  • Very disappointed by the visit of the Museum, despite a few games for children and free samples, we stayed on our end... too bad.
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  • €7.50 per adult, €5 per child, for a museum eventually without great interest. There are 4 rooms, but each is more or less empty. You learn things scattered here and there, but eventually you come out without knowing why we came here. I had already come in 2013, and nothing has changed. Evidence that the direction of Haribo cares royally comments. A beautiful contempt. Room 3 offers a few small animations for children but it is really ridiculous. Single room 4 is fun for kids because they can put a coin in a candy machine. For this price, the visitors should have access to the plants with a real demonstration of how the candy with the possibility of tasting at the exit of the machine are made. And many more activities for kids. Finally, there are far more people in the shop (free access) for the Museum, which is not really one.
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  • Almost €30 for a couple with 2 teenagers... Very disappointed, despite the gift of a few samples. After our shop, we were given a free entry to the Museum. Frankly it's a poisoned chalice. Indeed, we do not return
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  • Former liquorice factory bought by Haribo in the 60s, it has a museum with some interesting facts, some free candy and a huge Haribo store with candies for everyone. Smells like sugar and sweets a lot so, approach only if you aren't afraid of sugar and cavities.
  • 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.
  • So much Haribo! After all, I went to a Haribo Museum so of course I was expecting to see a lot of Haribo. I discovered the secrets about the way the Haribo company makes their sweets, and truthfully, I think this museum has worsened the reputation of Haribo. You literally go around the museum looking at how gelatin is mixed together with sugar, then a load of food colouring. Then, in the shop (which is also the exit), there are massive boxes with kilograms of Haribo candies in stacks which are like 4ft tall. It made me feel a little sick.
  • Children loved it. Not much to actually see. As an adult overpriced, children loved the free sweets.

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