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We arrived out of season and late in the day, but even so, our visit was amazing for us Plebs from Australia. Make sure you leave a whole day for this site. The staff were great, those tradespeople that were left, were very skilled professionals...More
We spent an afternoon in the park. Ate lunch in the restaurant. Food was decent but rather expensive. I was disappointed with the lack of artisans that were at the different areas. There is bit of walking necessary if you go to all the various...More
Excellent open air Archaeology park well worth a visit, hidden gem. Great information of the past building methods and structures, allows you to walk through and experience life through the ages. Not really set up for non French speakers like myself, but the staff where...More
Very interesting site dealing with how people lived centuries ago. Kids can get involved with pottery making and take their results away. Just a bit difficult on language if you don't speak French. That said we would go back.
This is a very interesting and relaxing place to visit for all. We were transported into the Stone, Bronze, Iron and Roman Ages. All staff are very dedicated, knowledgeable and helpful in explaining everything and answering questions in French and English. Shows were organised for...More
We had a fabulous few hours here and we're sorry we didn't have more time. Lunch was good and the site itself is fabulous. The welcome was very friendly and despite the fact we have no French everyone spoke enough English...a lot of the demonstrations...More
This is a very intersting and relaxing place to visit not only for children. Here you will be transported into the Stone, Bronze, Iron and Roman Ages. All personell are very dedicated, learned and helpfull. Some of them are very skillfull in certain activities (making...More
My wife and I took our grandson to this pre Roman era river side village which was discovered a number of years back by archeologists. The village is dated somewhere in the late bronze age and is a living museum of several acres. There are...More
With our eldest just starting to learn about the Stone Age at school this seemed like a good place to visit during our half term stay in the area. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit - the highlights being the village area where we watched the...More
I have to start with honestly saying that I have seen enough open air museums in my life and no longer find them entertaining. So this one i found rather boring but if you are new to the subject, you might see it differently.