Musée de Provins et du Provinois

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Musée de Provins et du Provinois

Musée de Provins et du Provinois
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Albywon
Sydney, Australia11,539 contributions
Basic Museum
Jul 2020 • Couples
We visited because we had a 12€ Provins Pass, alternatively entry is 4€30 for this attraction.
We had a walk through, I wasn't overly impressed. No self guided audio tour, all signs in French only.
Written July 17, 2020
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DRICA7
Curitiba, PR38 contributions
Amazing village
May 2018 • Solo
Very interesting And cute little medieval town negar Paris.
Such an amazing day spent there.
Worth visiting with no doubt.
Written May 28, 2018
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MMM2001
San Jose, California648 contributions
Interesting artifacts but everything is only in French
Feb 2018 • Couples
Despite the fact that we don't speak French, we decided to visit this museum since it was included in the price of our pass (12 Euros). It's a small three level museum with a variety of artifacts from Provins. It would have been more interesting if we understood French and could read about the items, or if they offered an English translation, but it was still interesting to see the sculptures, artifacts from churches, and a variety of other items. Without being able to read anything, our visit only took about 20 minutes. Allow at least twice as long if you can read the signs.
Written February 25, 2018
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Nicole A
Doha, Qatar280 contributions
Interesting visit
Mar 2017 • Couples
A surprising amount of information and objects in such a small place.

Warning, everything is written in French and they didnt seem to have English guidebooks. Luckily my husband speaks french, but if you dont it will probably be a lot of guesswork.
Written March 27, 2017
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Silena12
4 contributions
Amazing medival village
Sep 2016 • Friends
We enjoyed everything we saw in Provins. The medival village is the reason why we went there in the first place. The village is very well preserved and interesting to look at. And we all know that with a medival village comes with a medival castle which is amazing. The reason I rated just with three stars is because the museum seems very empthy. Maybe if they look mor for things to show is would be amazing. Recommended for children who love history.
Written March 10, 2017
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Matias P
Buenos Aires, Argentina340 contributions
Interesting to find out more about the history of the village
Feb 2017 • Solo
It was not the best attraction in the city but as wheather was awful we decided to take the tour. May be interesting if you want to know more about the city's history but not a must-do. Very curious exhibition of masonic presence in the area. If you want to the the souterrains tour it would be better to visit the museum first as many explanations of the guides are related to objects present here.
Written March 1, 2017
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ElaineRy
Otterburn, UK218 contributions
Lovely building but poor museum
Sep 2016 • Couples
Interesting to walk around the old building including the cellar. Displays are poorly presented and described however with no sense of planning. One interesting item was the revolving wooden place to place babies to pass them into convent care.
Written September 4, 2016
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Geralyn K
Indianapolis, IN112 contributions
This Would Have Been a Lot Better if I Understood What I was looking At
Jul 2016 • Family
We were taken here by our French hosts, but I really had no idea what were were looking at. They did not read or interpret for us, and all the signs are in French. It was hard to be impressed by what I was seeing since I had no idea what it was or how old it was. Definitely skip if you can't read French.
Written July 26, 2016
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Zanzibar48
Perth, Australia170 contributions
13th century house
Jun 2015 • Couples
The museum is located in a house preserved as it was in the 13th century. The cellars are worth a visit.
Written June 8, 2015
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Ice_D_8
Canberra, Australia510 contributions
Small and local
May 2015 • Solo
This museum is a small museum, spread over four floors (including the basement). The collection is eclectic, can only be tied together with the theme 'Provins' - from medieval tiles and coffins, ornate keys, furniture, war medals of locals, and church relic collection on the top floor. It is worth to spend a short time here. And in agreement with previous reviewers, yes, French language signage/labels only.
Written May 31, 2015
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