Well... This one is hard to rate! My spouse and 2 boys really liked this HUGE collection of race cars, motorcycles, tractors, FIGHTER jets and fire engines. It costs 10 euro per adult, free for under 12 and 5 euros for students. You are then told to follow the arrows for a self guided tour. There are some French language signs at spots en route, but it seems to be lacking some good explanations. Is this a museum, is this a chateau/vineyard? Those who love all things mechanical would love this place. A the end of the tour you enter the chateau and wander through the first floor which is sometimes rented out for weddings and is interesting but lacks any write ups on the history. the second floor is family quarters and the top is .... More motorcycles???? What.... Who puts motorcycles in the house! Anyhoooo... I think that they should designate one area a museum and do it up right. With so many old planes and cars, why not let people (kids) climb into one or two less valuable ones. Why not tell some interesting stories about the races won, how the jets came to be there, etc in a couple different languages. Sell some of them off, restore the chateau and have some proper history about the wines, for those of us who go along and aren't as into the cars and planes? Just a thought! Overall the 'men' in my family loved it I was kind of ...meh?
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