Musée de la Lavande

Lavender or Lavandin? A big difference!

Älgbert Elgson

Dieser Artikel ist auch in Deutsch verfügbar.

The Musée de la Lavande is a small privately owned museum about the production of lavender and lavender oil.
The history of lavender and Provence is brought closer to the visitor with the help of many exhibits, but also films and an audio guide.

Lavender Museum
Lavender Museum

The museum also explains the difference between real lavender and cheaper lavandin. The owners of the museum mainly cultivate real lavender in their fields and process it into products that they also sell in the adjacent shop.

The opening times can be found on the official homepage.
The connected shop also has its own homepage. The products can also be purchased in the online shop.

  • Lavender Museum
  • Lavender Museum
  • Lavender Museum
  • Lavender Museum
  • Lavender Museum
  • Lavender Museum
  • Lavender Museum
  • Lavender Museum
  • Lavender Museum

Bewertung: 8 von 10.

Conclusion:
The small museum is very informative. An audio guide is available to guide you through the exhibition described in French.
The first introduction and explanation about lavender takes place directly at the ticket counter. The following film shows further aspects of lavender oil production – today and then. The exhibition is well prepared and informative. The pieces on display range from large stills to small perfume bottles from different eras.
Even in the connected shop, even the most amateurish questions are answered patiently and with joy. You don’t have the feeling that only something is to be sold.

We were here: 2019

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Côte d’Azur – Where the rich and beautiful live!

On this journey we hiked on unknown paths. Usually we are always drawn to the north. We should have taken the wrong turn somewhere, because we ended up in the south – more precisely in the south of France!
On our trip we immersed ourselves in the world of fragrances, hiked in the mountains of Andorra, visited the palace of Prince Albert II in Monaco, discovered the cities along the Côte d’Azur and tasted the culinary highlights of France. But let’s start at the beginning: Here comes our travel report from our adventure in the south of France.

Weihnachten in Schönbrunn | Christmas in Schönbrunn

Schönbrunn Christmas market

The Christmas market in front of Schönbrunn Palace has been in existence for more than 25 years. So it was more than just time for us to visit it. Traditional but also surprising moments awaited us at the largest Christmas market in Vienna.
Here you can learn more about what we have experienced here.

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