Museum of perfumes
Handicraft - Du 2 janvier au 31 décembre
An enchanting journey into a magical place:-the building: a large Provencal of XIX century - his square of simple (plants aromatic garden experimental) - its stills and its essences, perfumer organ and its bottles - its mysterious and subtle scents of Provence and elsewhere — his garden table, the summer under the plane trees with the song of the cicadas - aromatic boutique
Musée des arômes et du parfum
La Chevêche Petite route du Grès 13690 Graveson
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OrganiserMusée des arômes et du parfum
1 to 2hrs
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