La Maison Du BiscuitCurrently Open [Closes at 07:00 pm]
La Maison du biscuit is one of the last traditional biscuits maker from Normandy. Continuing an age-old family tradition since 1903, the biscuit factory produces home made cookies and biscuits of highest quality. The site offers an excellent mix of French and non-French products. The shops are well decorated with a street decoration in the pre-war style to welcome you to the traditional old world charm. There is a tea and coffee room for the visitors to enjoy a relaxing break over Charlie Chaplin piano music, after a stroll through the shop. There are several shop assistants at the location who will invite you to have a taste of the freshly baked cookies from their tray, you can also get the biscuits in lovely boxes from the biscuit factory. Highlights and must sees include:
- Premium quality home made cookies and biscuits
- Tea room playing Charlie Chaplin music
- Pre-war style decorated streets
- For health and safety reasons the workshops are not open to public.
- Entry is free.
Closed :First week in September.
- Walk or hire a taxi
- Ask a local for the bus details
- Auberge du Moulin
- Le Berlingo
- Le Donjon Hotel Restaurant
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91.45% of people who visit Cherbourg include La Maison Du Biscuit in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
39.76% of people start their La Maison Du Biscuit visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see La Maison Du Biscuit
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting La Maison Du Biscuit
Nice interesting place with plenty of choice of gifts to take home. Busy but that’s always good although inside is dark it’s not always easy to see read and understand the labels. I came out with gifts for family and friends happy with my purchases.
Very nice biscuits and baked goods. It is closed at some points in the week so do check before you visit. It is expensive but remember that these are artisan products and made from local ingediants on the site. As well as good biscuits they also have a good scotch whisky selection. Interstingly this is not as expensive as you may think.
Fabulous place. Definitely worth a visit. I have no idea how to adequately describe it other than an emporium.
A treasure trove of goodies. Allow at least 1 hour to see all the different departments. You can make some fabulous hampers and gift baskets with the wide range of French produce. Great chocolates. The tea room looked inviting. Brilliant displays.
An essential visit if you're in the area! Excellent biscuits, chocolates, and petit fours.