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the museum looked good but we won't able to enter it as it closed many hours earlier than the shop itself. the shop is wonderful though and great place to get souvenir to take home. lovely space to wonder and the price are very reasoannable...More
The museum gave an insight into the history of the building and Fragonard perfumes. However, the bulk of the museum is taken up with a showroom.
Great for a visit but be prepared to do some serious shopping afterwards.
There is a historical aspect to this place, but I wouldn't call it a museum. Fragonard is a French perfume that is only made in France. This is one of the locations you can purchase their perfumes, soaps, etc. There is a guide who takes...More
Free "museum", I wouldn't really call it a museum, it's more of a show room where you have a guided tour, none the less it's very interesting and I enjoyed it very much. If you arrive and see a big line, don't worry about your...More
Not what we were expecting - more a shop trying to sell a selection of pre-made perfumes. Crowded and very touristy - the shop assistants were helpful!More
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Laurie G, Responsable relations clients at Theatre-Musee des Capucines, responded to this reviewResponded August 10, 2017
Thank you for taking the time to share your opinion after your recent visit to the Théâtre-musée des Capucines Fragonard Museum.
This free guided tour of around 30 minutes covers the secrets of making perfume (raw materials, gathering, extraction, distillation, formulation, bottling), the...More
I wrote this review but apparently it was never received. Went to the Fragonard Perfume
Factory which is in Paris. Wonderful place to visit and learn about perfume. They have a
shop to sell the perfume -- but not hard sale. Bought some myself.
This museum is housed in an old theatre and it is minute . If you have time do both whizz round this one in 5 minutes and then go to the nearby Fragonard museum in Rue Scribe (nearer to the Opera House) because it is...More
Dont go here expecting a museum, it really is a store with some display of how to make perfume. The "museum" is one room, one third of the size of the shop! It is not a bad place for a visit if you would like...More
The tour is below average, the exhibits ok, the shop pretty expensive. i have definetly wasted my time here. If you are looking for classic french products in a stylish shop, look for the shops outside the Lourve museum.