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The Fragonard museum is located in the Villeneuve hotel, a historic building restored in the spirit of the 18th century Grasse mansions. Dedicated to the most famous child of the city of Grasse, the painter Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806), this...more
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14 rue Jean Ossola | Hotel de Villeneuve, 06130, Grasse, France
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All reviewsperfume makingfree entryfree tourmuseum shopperfume factorynice productsguided tourback homewell worth the visitmultiple languagesguide spoke good englishprices are very reasonableinformative visitinteresting historyabout half an hourtrain stationshort visit
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Reviewed July 9, 2018

I suspect the tour may have been better... appreciated the short escape from the heat. The perfume bottles were interesting

Thank Gs K
Reviewed July 6, 2018

For most of us, Fragonard does not have a place among perfume brands of present days. Visiting this museum will help you put the label in its rightful place and offer some insight on the manufacturing process itself. An experience not to be missed, doubled...More

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Reviewed June 21, 2018

We brought our kids here and no one had any previous knowledge of the industry. We all found the tour quite informative and felt we all learned a lot. The tour guide was very engaged and made sure to answer questions.

Thank Ronton37
Reviewed June 17, 2018

We enjoyed our visit very much. We walked through the ancient perfume tools from different countries and joined the tour telling us how Fragonard began many years ago. We were shown the manufacturing and study of perfumes. It was an informative and amazing experience.

Thank LL721
Reviewed June 9, 2018 via mobile

I love this place and the boutique propose amazing things, i love Fragonard. Is a must see in Grasse.

Thank hada07
Reviewed May 31, 2018 via mobile

I glad I chose to take the train to Grasse from Nice as apposed to EZY. Ugh! I heard stories about the crowds there so off I went. The train station is “down” from city center so I followed the walk “up”, saw a small...More

Thank Mary Margaret O
Reviewed May 30, 2018

This place shows the beginning of the Fragonard story. The visit of the manufacturing and of the museum are very interesting. Of course they want you to visit the shop but they are far from pushing a sale (like it). visit is free but little...More

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Reviewed May 12, 2018

Learned a lot about perfumes and the production of perfumes, and I feel it was well worth the visit.

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Reviewed April 25, 2018

Unique experience to see the place where the perfumes Fragonard are produced. Love the Iris one plus the various clothing pieces they produce.

Thank Lavinia T
Reviewed April 19, 2018

This is a really good visit if you have any interest in the production of perfumes etc from natural raw ingredients. Visits are completely free and involve joining a group for a commented tour by one of the staff. This was very informative, clear and...More

1  Thank John D
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Hello ! The easiest way from Nice would be to take the train from Nice to Grasse (there wasn't one in 1983 but it's been back now). Then when you're at the train station, there will be buses to the center of the city. You... More
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You are on the French sight but I went both places.
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