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... possible get your tickets online and save time and energy.. this place comprises of gardens, palace, museums, and lakes .. every nooks and corners are delight to watch and picturesque.. this e tore estate is v...
aside main palace, there are also two Trianon palaces - with fascinating territory around them. the place is usually crowded, so to avoid crowds be attentive: check the timetable of main Paris museums - when they...
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I love museums, and have done most of the usual ones (Louvre etc.) but this one is my favourite now!!! What an amazing place, exquisite restaurants, wonderful art, friendly layout and overall one of the best art m...
M.d.O. is also much better than many European museums at giving a bit of context / history next to the art work (which is makes it so much better!!) Loved, loved, loved this museum - fifth floor gave me goosebumps...
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Special note if traveling in the summer, the art museums have air conditioning so it's a great place to stop and cool off while learning about some amazing artists and history.
Let me set the record straight - I LOVE fine art - especially 19th and early 20th Century Art - I can - and have - spent whole days and WEEKS roaming art Museums, - the Louvre, Musee D'Orsay, Washington's National...
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I've been to many great museums worldwide ... the Vatican Museums, the British Museums, archaeological museums, Egyptian museums, art galleries, etc. ... and I can say that the Louvre Museum in Paris is one of the...
Being a huge fun of museums i find that the louvre is one of the most magnificent museum i ve visited.. a true marvel in the heart of paris.. loved the greek collection and also the egyptian section blew our minds..
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Musee Rodin Paris
It's an extraordinarily peaceful and meditative place, close to other museums and landmarks, including the Eiffel which you can see towering over from certain vantage points in the sculpture garden.
A blend of a park, a gallery, an education and a visual specter -- Musee Rodin is one of the most accessible, easy to enjoy museums in Paris.
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They even have a small airplane and talk about the air warfare during WWI, which I haven't seen at other museums.
Thiepval has a new, small museum which sets the scene well before the short walk to the memorial arch and the, by Great War standards, small cemetery beyond.
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Musee Memoires 39-45 Plougonvelin
This place is quite a bit different to most WW2 museums.
Yes another museum about World War II, but this one is unique It’s unique because of the approach: Inside the bunker, through several sceneries, you are invited to feel what the day to day life of the people was:...
Grand Site Aven d'Orgnac Orgnac-l'Aven
Afterwards we were at the Prehistoric Museum, which also conveys history in a good, educational and modern way.
The attached museum was also excellent.
Musee 1900 Arpaillargues
There is a nice ambiance in the museum with music from the period, and there are excellent exhibits for the various subjects - cars, car repair, fire departments, music, cafe/restaurants, agriculture.
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This museum provides an awe-inspiring trip through the history of the cosmos, in particular of life on Earth.
A well thought out and very informative museum which does tours in English on a regular basis.
Carrieres des Lumieres Les Baux de Provence
We have been to many museums and sights throughout Europe and the USA and usually hit the highlights and move on.
After visiting several important museums Carrieres de Lumieres is an experience unique.
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The exhibits and displays inside the museum are thoughtfully put together and are easy on the eye (unlike some other Normandy museums where poor lighting ruins the experience).
A very evocative and comprehensive museum dedicated to the men of the British 6th Airborne Division who landed on this spot by gliders at 6 minutes past midnight on 6th June 1944 ....their storey is well known.......
The museum is excellent well laid out and is something different to the normal museums.
The impressive memorial is set in Delville Woods a short walk from the road and the main building replicating a Cape Fort includes an interesting museum telling the story of South Africa's involving in WW1 and als...
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Calvados Experience Pont-L'Eveque
It seemed like a great way to learn more about Calvados, and was a departure from the typical agenda of touring war monuments, towns, museums & churches.
This is one of few sttractions which combines historical, architectural and socio-political considerations other than the churches or museums.
It is a great museum to document humanism in the Middle Ages and a great exhibit of old medical tools, pharmacy, financing and operations of the modern "hospital" concept - unique and informative
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Although the museum features about several thousands of different tractors (rough estimate) there are some rare treasures to be found among the many other machines and vehicles as well.
i was cycling through salviac and saw this sign for a car museum.
This home for Baroness Rothschils is now a museum which has some good pairings and tapestries but the gardens are spectacular especially the water fountains accompanied may music and you have gorgeous views of the...
If' you're in Nice it's worth getting bus 81 from the Modern Art Museum - it follows the coast through Villefranche & Beaulieu Sur Mer and is a very scenic ride and at euro 1.50 excellent value.
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We had 2 great weeks in France in April this year and just by case we found out what in our city (where we rent a house) it is a museum of culinary art and i just wish to say: i can recommend from all my heart to...
This delightful museum houses a wealth of utensils, a Provencal kitchen, photographs and memorabilia of a man who revolutionised cuisine.
Spent a rainy afternoon visiting this museum of old commercial shops and establishments from the early 1900s France.. Everything is set out well and information is in English as well as French.
Fascinating museum of early 20th century shops
The History of the Camondo family is so sad, yet beautifully told in their former home.it is one of the finest personal museums i have seen anywhere in the world.
It made a perfect escape from the crowds of the big museums in the very center of Paris.
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Un Siecle de Roulottes Saint-Quentin-la-Poterie
This is one of four gypsy caravan museums in the world and offers a really interesting opportunity to learn about the gypsies who lived in each caravan.
we had an amazing time at this museum, all outdoors and all created by a passionate and dedicated, semi retired psychologist , psycho-analyst, musician, history buff, humanist , collector and connoisseur....Pierre.
Airborne Museum Sainte-Mere-Eglise
Also visited the overlord museum + bayeux war museums both of those also good but the airborne museum definitely the one we liked best incl the "paratrooper stuck on the church tower" next to the museum!
As the rest of the museums you may find, it displays a great bunch of objets and artefacts related to the landing, besides some jeeps, planes and tanks which kids love.
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There are two art museums that you should not miss if you come to Britany: The arts museum in Pont- Aven and Leclerc in Landerneau.