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The Lavender Museum is in Coustellet, France, in the heart of the Luberon Regional Natural Park, 20 km from Avignon. Our museum is entirely dedicated to true lavender. Since 1991, it has been hosting visitors from the all other the world. The...more
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Since I went to France specifically to photograph blooming lavender, a trip to the Lavender Museum was a must. The museum was laid out well and the English audio guide was very helpful.
The introductory video did a great job of showing the history and...More
SOPHIE L, Responsable commercial at The Lavender Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago
Thank you so much for appreciating our venue's athmosphere , our audio-guided visit, our collection pieces, and our beautiful lavender fields.
Your nice comment makes our whole lavender team happy.
Have a wonderful day from sunny Provence,
Maria - Brand Manager
I guess we had higher expectations and thought were going to see at the end audio tour an extensive lavender field since that is what I wanted to see and not so much about hot to make the lavender oils and history around it. Though...More
Where famous parfum museums like Galimard and Fragonard make their museum visit free, here you have to pay for the entrance which is still coupled to a shop where you then get 20% reduction. It would be so much better if they made the entrance...More
While staying in Gordes I visited the museum and gift shop. You even get a discount coupon for the store with your museum visit. If you love lavender, well worth the time.
I love the lavender perfume for women. I’m wondering if I’ll be able...More
... About "museums" that turn out to be largely retail spaces with a little corner dedicated to some posters. But my spouse really wanted to check it out. So I entered with low expectations.
I should not have been so cold-hearted! Yes, they have a...More
Instead of first stop, our last stop during our lavender fields tour was the Lavender Museum. It was a welcome respite after spending half-a-day visiting four lavender fields. The lessons were interesting and made us appreciate more the people who plant lavender, the beautiful lavender...More
We found the museum to be fascinating, and it explained so much we never knew about the region and the importance of lavender to the economy and culture of southern France. The technology of lavender production was very interesting. Self-tour takes 30-60 min. and is...More
Interesting museum near L'isle Sur La Sorgue in Provence. It's worth the trip if you are in the area and have visited the "tourist "destinations. We have family in the area and often visit Provence so I'm not certain if it is as desirable for...More
Response from SOPHIE L | Property representative |
Thank you for your interest.
You will soon be able to make your own essential oil, thanks to our new rooms currently under construction. In the mean time we have a live distillation animation where you can see... More
Thank you for your interest.
You will soon be able to make your own essential oil, thanks to our new rooms currently under construction. In the mean time we have a live distillation animation where you can see and participate to the process of distillation. If you bring your own lavender to be distilled, you will leave with a bottle of essential oil.
Maria - Brand Manager of the lavender team