Banana Museum (Le Musee de la Banane), Martinique
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Surround yourself with a pleasant overload of banana trees at Banana Museum (Le Musee de la Banane). Head inside to taste and learn about three different types of bananas--considered by many one of the world's healthiest foods. Knowledgable staff will teach you about the properties of each kind. Outside in the gardens, you'll discover a wide variety of bananas of different colors and at various stages of ripeness. Following the end of your walk through the garden, head to the gift shop or cafe. Plan to see Banana Museum (Le Musee de la Banane) and other attractions that appeal to you using our Sainte Marie trip builder.
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La visite commence par une description des origines des bananes, de leur histoire et de leur exploitation. Nous avons appris beaucoup sur les differentes variétés, leur parfum, leurs bienfaits et leur... read more »The tour begins with a description of the origins of bananas, their history and their exploitation. We learned a lot about the different varieties, their perfume, their benefits and their transformation. 2 types of bananas could be tasted (banana fig) and banana Apple. Once the visits of the main hall exhibition and the Park exposing different banana trees, the small shop to find different products including those based on bananas. The liqueur to bananas produced in Martinique can be tasted and bought. Similarly, we discovered the bananas and a garlic-banana sauce ketchup that marry well with shellfish. These two sauces are delicious and have helped reconcile me with this fruit that I had neglected for many years. There is a restaurant offering dishes around banana and accessible only for lunch. The entrance to the visit is 7 euros. The staff is very nice and accuellant. This tour is ideal for children and adults as well. Axis of improvement: holiday vouchers not accepted, which is a shame for a tourist site.show original
Während man in unseren Breiten kaum mehr als die handelsübliche Chiquita-Banane, bestenfalls noch eine Kochbanane und die mittlerweile recht häufig zu findende Mini-Banane kennt, werden Sie im Bananen... read more »While you know little more than the standard Chiquita banana, at best a plantain and a mini banana now quite common to find in our latitudes, you will be surprised at the banana Museum, how many different varieties of bananas there. The arc range from 'normal' bananas red to black bananas of any size and shape. A huge area with banana trees from around the world will join the Museum where you can learn a lot about the story of the banana and its processing. We were fascinated by the variety. Must see!show original
Malgré un accès peu évident, le musée se révèle très accueillant. Beaucoup de choses à découvrir et surtout un paysage magnifique et de très beaux jardinsDespite little clear access, the Museum turns out to be very welcoming. A lot of things to discover and above all a wonderful and very beautiful gardensshow original
Here you can find interesting infos about Bananas. You will get infos about the fruit, where it comes from and what you can do with it. At the beginning you can also taste some of the bananas that are harvested nearby. Later you can go around the plantage to see many kinds of banana trees.
Free EndA warm and professional welcome, a rewarding visit which makes us discover the universe of the banana: different species, different flowers. A superb walk in the middle of these giant herbs, concluding with a delicious meal at the restaurant of the Museum. A visit to discover the banana in a fun and enjoyable.show original
Eric ESTEVESVery interesting and very nice walk in the Park. Smiling staffshow original
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