Village De Poul-fetan

4.523 Votes
  • Address: Poul Fétan, 56310 Quistinic, France
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  • Phone: +33-297395174
  • Tags: Museums, Village, Family And Kids

A great place to experience the French countryside, the Village De Poul-fetan is an attraction like a live museum where you get to see locals depicting the regional, rural life in the most explicit manner. This is one of the best things to do in Quistinic for families, where you can spend the whole day out basking in new experiences. Right from washing clothes on the banks of a river to making cheese at home, this place is entraining, enlightening and much more!

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  • Village De Poul-fetan Address: Poul Fétan, 56310 Quistinic, France
  • Village De Poul-fetan Contact Number: +33-297395174
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  • Our family loves living history museums, and this is one of the best we have ever seen!!! From friendly staff dressed in their period clothing, to the demonstrations, samples, and dancing, it perfectly highlighted the history, not to mention it's location in the gorgeous rolling hills of the French countryside. A reasonable drive from Nantes, we also highly recommend eating at Gallets de Anton on the way back if you go out to spend a day too. The next time we're out here we're definitely coming back!

  • This has been really well imagined and executed. Even with teenage children we stayed for three hours. A video introduces you to the local life as it was, there is plenty to see, including a bakery and a restaurant. Best of all, though, are the traditional outdoor games - not just a few but many.

  • Authentic old age village with plenty to see and do.

  • Interesting historical experience. Interactive Demonstrations for Children.(e.g. Making butter, rope). Lunch was simple but tasty traditional dishes. A good day out.

  • Spent a brilliant afternoon there, learning about old Breton life and crafts. Fantastic programme of activities throughout the day that kept the kids entertained, including candle making, butter making, learning how to make bread, weaving, rope making etc. There's a large area with old fashioned Breton games and if you time your visit well you can also help feeding the farm animals. Highly recommended!

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