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Banana Museum (Le Musee de la Banane)

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Set in a working plantation, this museum covers everything you could possibly want to know about the banana, from harvesting to packaging to its depiction in pottery and art.
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Habitation Limbe | Quartier Fourniol, 97230, Martinique
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It was a very nice trail with tons of banana trees of all shapes/sizes/colors. A little steep entry cost for what it is but it was a good activity with the kids.
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Very nice place with all different type of banana three, many with fruit, water, animals, bird. A short story of the fruit, origin, export in the hall. Fresh Banana offert, Nice people working there. Very clean rest-room, Souvenir shop with many product, Jam, liquor, vanilla and
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You can learn a lot about different kinds of the 3000 varieties of bananas here, and also see the actual banana trees. The wild bananas and the bananas growing upside down were a revelation. The visitor center has exposition in English, and the guide is quite fluent. The
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Interesting exposition, lots of information (thankfully, also in English) and very pretty plants - mostly, of course, various types of bananas. There's a small shop with everything that can be made of bananas, including tasty ketchup. The restaurant is closed on Mondays.
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For our two little kids it was not very interesting, but for us parents. I learned a lot about bananas (history, trading, slaves, etc.). The garden is full of different banana plants, as well nothing special for the kids. But anyway, I would visit it again, just for me. I
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