Wake up and smell the roses... there's a new perfume museum opened up in Paris!
Do you smell the whiff of cultural revolution? If not, then you’ve either got a blocked nose, or not yet heard about the opening of the Grand Musée du Parfum.
Two years of intensive construction and some serious technological enhancements are guaranteed to awaken your senses. As the president and director Guillaume de Maussion precises, this Grand Musée du Parfum has no link to the existing Musée Fragonard. As a result, this museum offers a more holistic vision of the olifactory arts, over four floors in a refurbished hôtel particulière on Fabourg Saint-Honoré.
TRANSLATION: ALICE WHITE WALKER
|Venue name:||Grand Musée du Parfum||Contact:|
73 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
|Opening hours:||Tues-Sun 10.30am-7pm, Fri 22.30pm|
|Transport:||Metro : Saint-Philippe-du-Roule|
|Price:||€14,50 for adults, €5 for 6-12 years, €9,50 ages 13-17 years, free for under 6s.|