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Our perfume museum, which opened in 1983, occupies a charming Napoleon III town house built in 1860 by Lesoufaché, a student of Garnier. The decoration is entirely of that period. Here you can discover a wonderful collection of perfumery objects...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
3 Square de l Opera Louis Jouvet, 75009 Paris, France
My sisters and I booked a bus tour which provided us free entry to the perfume museum. This was an informative and fun experience for all three of us, with different personalities and interests.
Our guide was Adele who was very professional, knowledgeable and spoke...More
This was a wonderful experience! The museum offered an interesting and insightful guided tour explaining the history of perfume making. Our tour guide, Charlotte, spoke perfect English and answered all the various questions of guests. She was a joy! The museum tour culminated in an...More
We went to the factory/showroom at Grasse two days ago. Just stumbled upon the Paris shop whilst strolling , so I bought some hand cream for a friend. Same prices as the factory!!
Thought it would be cheaper at Grasse.
The second floor has some small exhibits on perfume. Not much in English. And the enjoyment of my visit was greatly impeded by the presence of a large tour group passing through that did not understand the concept of sharing the space with others. There...More
I'm not into scent or the whole marketing around it but this was a surprisingly interesting experience. Starts with a test to see cab you identify fragrances then a guided tour of the history of the perfume story, which was more interesting than I expected...More
It was extremly crowded and very small museum. I think that it is too small to call as museum. It it more like a shop with a small exhibition about scent production! However, they have nice and affordable perfumes.
It gives a little history about pafuerms, but it does not worth he trip. The place is small with some old collections from all over the world. You can buy some nice products from there. If you are aroubd that area and you have free...More
Basically, the price is not very cheap compared to designer frangrance. After less advertisement & packaging costs, the derivative price I feel is equally expensive. But trust me, some of their fragrance is really no where... More
Basically, the price is not very cheap compared to designer frangrance. After less advertisement & packaging costs, the derivative price I feel is equally expensive. But trust me, some of their fragrance is really no where to be found on shelves elsewhere. And the most important thing is the fragrance last longer thru the day than those branded designer fragrance.
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