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Musée De L'école

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Musée De L'école

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3 rue du Plo, 11000 Carcassonne Center, Carcassonne France
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Little-white-hen wrote a review Nov 2019
Tadcaster44 contributions17 helpful votes
This was similar to ‘Victorian’ school museums I have visited in UK. As a teacher, I found it very interesting and was able to buy some useful resources to use with classes in England. It was open on Sundays and was a good way to spend an hour out of the rain! Only 4€ entry (3€ if you’re over 60).
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Ian C wrote a review Oct 2019
London, United Kingdom23985 contributions1385 helpful votes
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Back to school in the 1950's classroom of Jules Ferry at the Museum of the School in Carcassonne, from the days when school children used to dress properly and were also taught to fight for their country. Interesting to see the emphasis on health including tuberculosis, alcoholism and posture. A fascinating small museum with lots of fascinating reminders of education in past generations, with the opportunity to try your hand at sitting in classroom and writing with an ink pen.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Harveypup22 wrote a review Jul 2019
Lavendon, United Kingdom90 contributions81 helpful votes
This is an old school maintained as a museum. It was interesting to see the old school desks and the old equipment. You can browse the library to see the old school books. Very nostalgic. It is not a big museum, so the visit does not take long but it will bring back memories or make you think of your grand parents time at school.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Geordiedaz wrote a review May 2019
Chester-le-Street, United Kingdom338 contributions106 helpful votes
This is a small museum in the walled city that only costs E4. There are three rooms with two done out like 19th century classrooms. All quite interesting but could have done with some more info in English as all signage etc was in French apart from the introductory leaflet you get when you enter.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Nithesh E wrote a review Feb 2019
Longjumeau, France562 contributions82 helpful votes
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Might be nostalgic for those who had studied in old schools without the latest technologies. There are replicas of classrooms. The things I liked the most is that we can write using pens dipped in inks like people in those days used to and the library was good
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Date of experience: February 2019
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