Visite de l'atelier Di Landro
Handicraft - Du 1 avril au 30 septembre les mardis et jeudis à 14h
Des démonstrations de création, moulage, cuisson, décoration, couture, montage, habillage et finition vous sont proposées au fil de la visite guidée.
Durée 45 minutes pour l'atelier et temps libre au musée.
L' atelier est accessible aux personnes handicapées.
Le musée se trouve au 1er étage sans ascenseur (20 marches).
Information provided by OT Pays d'Aubagne
Santons d'Art de Provence- Maryse Di Landro
Z.I. Les Paluds
582 avenue Des Paluds
Adresse de départ
Santons Maryse Di Landro Z.I. Les Paluds 582 avenue Des Paluds 13400 Aubagne
Under 1 hour
- 04 42 70 95 65
04 42 70 95 66
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