Great trip around both production and shop. Very helpful, multi lingual staff, nothing too much trouble, highly recommended
Prior to planning for this trip, i never would have even imagined such a thing as a perfume museum but this place was nice (and free). The "tour" ends in their boutique. Their products are reasonably priced and who would pass up the opportunity to buy "genuine' french perfume?
some interesting stuff - but mainly a sales pitch to buy their expensive scent and soaps etc - which is jolly good - but not what I was expecting in a museum. I wouldn't recommend this unless you have some spare time on your hands and are in the area.
This was my last stop while passing throug Paris. I had only 3 hrs to spear and had a cabbie to take to me the heart of Paris from the airport to find a perfume house. of course he dropped me off to Fragonard Museum off of Champs Elysée. I did not take the tour, which the hostess was surprised.... More
The tour and the history were really interesting and fun. Very unusual. It only takes bout 20 minutes, which was good. But, you end up in the store and it isn't high pressure, but they want you to buy.
The starting tour and history of perfume wasn't my cup of tea, but when you finally get to the perfumes wow are they amazing!! I bought two large bottles of perfume which would have cost a fortune anywhere else for a very reasonable price. Definitely would go back for more if I was in Paris again!
The metro to get off is Opera. Right down the road from the American Xpress office. The tour is free and we had a english speaking guide. She told us about the history of perfume, with pictures and actual antique bottles and stills. We had a perfume smelling toast , which I failed miserably. The end of the tour takes... More
It is good to be a part of museum of perfumes however time you got to explore is not enough (you only follow the guide and next thing you know is shop to buy perfumes). Perfumes are expensive and not worth spending money for (I spent Euro 280 and an really feeling for it, as the perfumes are not as... More
It's not a big museum but more an interesting exhibition of the history of parfume making by Fragonard. The visit is free of charge but you have to join a guided group so maybe you'll have to wait for a while till the group will gather (we waited for about 10 minutes). The highlight of the visit and the reason... More
Fragonard have produced perfume for some 90 years and at the end of the museum tour there is a shop selling their products. The museum is in a beautiful building and has interesting information on the production as well as lovely old packaging and advertising. Staff in the shop are very helpful and you can try everything without feeling obliged... More
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