Parfumerie FragonardCurrently Open [Closes at 06:30 pm]
- Address: 20 Boulevard Fragonard, 06130 Grasse, France
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:30 pm Details
- Phone: +33-493364465
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Family And Kids, Factory
Parfumerie Fragonard - Review
Located in the heart of Grasse, Parfumerie Fragonard is one of the oldest perfumeries in the city. It was established in the year of 1926. You can tour the factory and understand how perfume is made. The tour also allows you to prepare your own sample. An insight into this fascinating process leaves you awe-inspired and lets you know why perfumes are costly. The staff is very well-informed and provides you knowledge about the progress in the processing of perfumes back since olden days. At the end of the tour, you get to smell a variety of perfumes manufactured in the factory. You can buy the products at a reasonable rate. It is worth booking a tour of this ancient perfumery if you have some free time to spare.
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How To reach Parfumerie Fragonard by Public Transport
- Buses 600 and 610 to stop - CoursHonoréCresp
- Bus 610 to stop - Bellaud
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Things to Know Before Visiting Parfumerie Fragonard
80.77% of people who visit Grasse include Parfumerie Fragonard in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
42.86% of people start their Parfumerie Fragonard visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Parfumerie Fragonard
85.71% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Parfumerie Fragonard
People normally club together Museum Of Art And History Of Provence Or Musee D'art Et D'histoire De Provence and Parc De Bourigaille while planning their visit to Parfumerie Fragonard.
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Parfumerie Fragonard, Grasse Reviews
It's a very nice museum they have a free tour just ask at the reception when is the next one on your language. You can buy very nice perfumes end of the tour and quality skin products. I've got the Belle Cherie perfume and royal jelly anti wrinkle cream and eye cream they are really good for my skin. There is a big carpark next to the museum 😊
If you visit Cannes or Grasse then ensure you make time to visit here. You can see fragrance histories thru this museum and once you finished, they are providing guides in English to all visitors to learn how they make fragrance. The guide explains every single things easiest way so you understand easily. Its FREE. They are all kind and all scents are amazing. Also you can get their own products for cheap price. I loved here.
A great place to learn how perfumes are made and the history of perfume making. This city is one of the perfume capitals in the world. They offer great tours in different languages. You can get a tour for your group. At the end of the tour you will be shown the local perfume shop, shown a few samples and will be able to get perfumes and soaps at a good price.
It's free which is great. Exhibits are just a few rooms of context-light cabinets. Mostly ranges of perfume bottles and flasks, with a few really stunning ones that could have definitely been showcased more. The factory area downstairs is pretty bare. The shop itself sells so many perfumes and allows so many to be tested that it's difficult to smell the difference after a few minutes. Still a nice enough way to kill 30 mins.
Really cool museum, historic factory, and gift shop! I really enjoyed this visit even though perfume is not normally my thing. The tour, which is available in a number of languages including English, covers the factory floor and the history of producing scents at Fragonard. The tour includes parts of the working factory floor and the “nose’s organ” (the workbench of the master perfume-maker). There are a number of exhibits in the museum (which is not part of the tour) covering the history of perfume from Egyptian and Roman times up to modern times. The gift shop has a wide selection of fragrances and soaps and the staff are friendly and eager to explain the subtle scent of each product.