Beautiful museum well-structured and organized with original artifacts - professional explanations - a bit commercial but that what's business is about - a must-see when In the Provence
About Musee de la Lavande
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Lavender is such a key component to the culture of the area and this museum provided great insights into the history. Both kids and adults will be interested, and kids in particular will appreciate the hands-on experience. The gift shop was a little bit of...More
We were 4 adults and 1 child and we visited in August and we were given an audio guide. However just as we were entering the museum, a group of around 15 persons arrived as well and the lady at the ticketing area told us...More
visited for one hour - explanatory visit and film - nice gift shop - inetresting explanations of a lavander industry which is suffering due to current synthetic perfume production - worth the visit. CP & CP Family
Self-guided audio guide tour with a film at the start which took you through the distillation of lavender oil and how labour intensive it is. There is a very tempting shop at the end of the tour. The only grouse is that there is no...More
Okay, so this cleaver family decides to promote the lavender tourism of France. Pay to get in museum, quick history of lavender production, and the grand finish? An overpriced gift shop. Featuring this family's products. If that's your thing, go for it.