Musee Volcanologique et Historique Franck Perret, Saint-Pierre

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Musee Volcanologique et Historique Franck Perret is located in Saint-Pierre. Put Musee Volcanologique et Historique Franck Perret on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Saint-Pierre vacation builder.
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  • The focus is pre- and post the eruption of Mount Pelée (volcano). Some good artifacts but many of the black and white photos are badly faded making it difficult to make out what is depicted. The tour ...  more »
  • Having read and studied The Day the World Ended, I was impressed with the knowledge of the guide, Elisa. She answered nontrvial question and spoke passable English. The artifacts are invaluable and ir...  more »
  • This museum was almost impossible to find, at least for English speakers. We kept trying to follow signage. It is in the "province" of St. Pierre, not the village - which was partially destroyed by la...  more »
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  • Very disappointed with this museum which ought to be one point emblematic of St. Peter; dilapidated premises, cold home... Strongly the renovation of the whole.
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  • Frank Perret Museum, located in the heart of the city of St. Peter, is devoted entirely to the eruption of Mount Pelée in May 8, 1902. It was created in 1933 by Frank Alvord Perret, U.S. vulcanologist, who had collected during its work and research many objects, photographs and documents of the time before and after the disaster. Really to see during your visit to St. Peter.
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