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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 visit Haribo Museum on your holiday in Uzes, and find out what else Uzes has to offer, use our Uzes vacation planner.
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  • Staying in uzes with a 7 year old we were unable to find a reason not to go to the museum. We went on Sunday morning at 11:00 and it was not busy A security guard searched us before entering - what ha...  more »
  • On arrival, it smells like candy! The Museum is interesting and complicated for children. In fact, they do not learn much about the production. We regretted not being able to even take a look on the production lines, or at least to see a "real" movie. The animations are complicated to follow. The last room (No. 4) is "the" surprise of the tour for children. We end up with the shop, where, of course, let try. Altogether, the visit is rather nice, but between the price of the inputs, and essential purchases at the store, these are two hours coming back much. Even if children got a free ride on inflatable structures on the outside.
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  • We had been visit Vichy and its lozenges and well there was a course on a bridge to see the manufacturing steps, here the Museum are friendly, but it offers only an overview of partial, it should come after a tour of the factory to see the production. It's a bit expensive but sweets are offered.
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  • Well worth the visit - and lots of free Haribo to try too! Factory shop can be accessed without paying for the museum if you've already been once before!
  • It is a pity that itbos quite run down now. I hope that they will renovate soon.
  • We took three kids to visit the Musee (aged 5, 6 and 7) - and all had a wonderful time. The previous comment about displays being boring is unfair : there are lots of interactive displays, and lots of interesting videos which seeemed to capture our kids' imaginations. And, of course, the free bonbons were much appreciated!
  • Visit enjoyable but mostly do not full of candy at the store. Come on in a large area, it's cheaper! The Museum is playful and suitable for children. Free parking nearby
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  • Very fun to do. everything is thought to have a good time. We rediscover sweets we ate when we were little. The chips at the entrance, that allow to choose its range of candy, have delighted children and.. .the great. This enabled us to discover the know-how of this company which continues today. The store before the release to make all good crazy gourmand ;-) Bravo to them
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