Ecomusee Creole de la Guadeloupe, Sainte Rose

(2.7/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
Designed to provide both education and entertainment, Ecomusee Creole de la Guadeloupe exhibits examples of the varied plant and animal life that makes this island so biologically diverse. Take a tour through the museum accompanied by a guide to learn about the many local species. This museum is tailor-made for families with young kids, as it provides various interactive activities hosted both inside and in the garden. Finish your visit by having a cup of hot chocolate made thanks to the cocoa plants that grow on site. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Sainte Rose holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Ecomusee Creole de la Guadeloupe and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Even if it may seem at times somewhat outdated, it is a very nice and playful visit. A lot of different plants with explanations on their properties. Small friendly sets explaining the local life and the history of humans on the island. Very informative
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  • I already visit the place many years ago, and I was very disappointed by this new visit. Lack of maintenance, outdated and dusty scenography, we got the impression that the garden is neglected, not maintained, in any case not enough. I read the responses to the comment, and agree, it's an eco-museum. But it does mean "fallow" either. Then, pull yourself together, and put a bit of dynamism in all. Or so do not ask €10! It's not worth it.
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  • The subject was initially interesting, but as some recent reviews, I find that the site is aging badly - no offense to management who defends without hearing the views. For 10 euros, we're entitled to expect a current, modern museography and State. Instead, the explanations and photos are very tired, very dusty present characters! The guide book is decidedly more questionable and must not visit often what they recommend. An institution that is no longer one.
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