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The place is at once a factory, a shop and a museum dedicated to gingerbread and typical alsatian pastries and cookies-making. The museum is admirably designed and so moving, you feel like coming back to childhood, its best and most cheerful and warm-hearted moments. Let...More
History of spices and trade etc was interesting. More fun with small children. There were dresser drawers to open and discover ginger facts and a gaudy gingerville display. Interactive programme I tried didn’t work. 4€ entry so I made sure I ate a lot of...More
In talking with the clerk at the entrance, she said that the displays had explanations in French, German, and English; so paid my 4 euro to see the museum. It had many signs explaining the history of gingerbread. There was a set of drawers where...More
great place to visit, specially for those who go now and around Christmas time as they are preparing everything for the festivities
fantastic for old and young alike
for a couple of euros you can even decorate your own gingerbread man
also tasting all the...More
The palace is a wonderful place which you will only find in" Fairy Tales". The "star" product here is the Gingerbread Cookies. The cookies comes in many shapes and sizes. It is a family run business for more than 2 generations. What a charming spot...More
There are two things that you can do here.
Either pay a small fee and have a wonder through a number of rooms explaining the history of the spiced biscuits then see the biscuits being produced
or you can miss this out and just go...More