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All reviews interesting place well worth a visit self guided tour english guide day trip interesting visit gift shop loire valley below ground village hall farms photographs insight inhabitants land furniture exhibits
this was a must see for me and my husband did actually enjoy it.We were trying to imagine living and working there. very hard but if that is your life and everyone pulled together who am I to have an opinion the two farms were...More
Date of experience: September 2018
Frederic M, Gérant at Cave Museum, Village Troglodyte de Rochemenier, responded to this reviewResponded October 10, 2018
Thank you very much for your interest in Rochemenier.
Indeed, all the rooms are numbered to direct visitors in the museum.
Hope to see you again in our museum.
This was a real insight into the past. The museum is very well maintained, good information provided and a great experience for young and old alike. Our young kids really enjoyed our visitto the Museum. It wasa very unique experience and well worth doing travelling...More
Amazing insight into a way of life in the not so distant past. Informative and interesting displays. The caves themselves are accessible and fascinating. There is an English map guide available. There is a little kiosk for coffee or icecream but unfortunately the gift shop...More
Date of experience: August 2018
Frederic M, Gérant at Cave Museum, Village Troglodyte de Rochemenier, responded to this reviewResponded September 26, 2018
Thank you very much for your interest in the museum of Rochemenier.
We want to precise that the museum is accessible to strollers at 95 % and to disabled people with an accompanied access, information on accessibility of the museum is on website Accessible.net.
We came to visit the Troglodyte Village in September and it was such a tranquil and beautiful place. We learned loads about the Troglodyte way of life. We could imagine how cool in summer and cosy in winter the families were who lived there. I...More
We never seen houses/farms created this way; carved out the land. The tour takes you through different types of chambers/houses. Good information at each cave accompanied by nice photos. It tells a remarkable story of this area. With a visit. Also very good for families...More
A real surprise to find so much of interest and to be able to "feel" what it would have been like to live here within the last century. An interesting "pack" for the children to keep them engaged too.
Thoroughly recommended and not expensive for...More
What a fantastic place - an interesting, magical and historical site. Really well presented with some superb multimedia displays that really bring out the atmosphere of the ancient cave dwellings. Great value for money for our family of 5, paying 18E for all of us....More
It was a rainy damp day, and needed a bit of a break. Didnt look very inviting when we walked down the steps due to the weather, but once we entered the museum as its called, the whole place became quite fascinating. There was an...More