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Imagine you can go back in the past, the time of a walk in the shopping streets of the beginning of the last century. ... A surprising atmosphere where you feel the soul of things. It was originally a father and daughter who initiated the creation...more
What a find!
Superb collection of heritage artifacts. Anyone interested in farming, cycling, motors, household paraphinalia.
Recreated streets with whole range of shops, bookstores, chemists, cheesemakers, motor cycles, bookmakers, hatters, printers, in the museum. Something for everyone.
Little cafe with indoor and outdoor seating overlooking...More
Musee Larue du ... B, Propriétaire at Musee La Rue du temps qui Passe, responded to this reviewResponded 31 July 2018
Je vous remercie pour votre très beau commentaire
We came across this fabulous museum by accident and as it was pouring with rain we thought we would pay a visit. We spent 90 wonderful minutes strolling through the recreated shops, garages and workplaces, crammed full of genuine artefacts from the period 1860 to...More
Musee Larue du ... B, Propriétaire at Musee La Rue du temps qui Passe, responded to this reviewResponded 4 February 2018
I do not speak English but I wanted to thank you for your nice message.