The Lavender Museum is one of the most impressive museums I've been to. The Provence lavender field under the sunny southern France coastline is so beautiful. Souvenirs can be purchased in the Lavender Museum.
Provence, located on the Mediterranean coast in the southeast of France, is known as the "hometown of lavender". The beauty is the endless sea of purple flowers. Purple is known as the "noble color" and has an inexplicable worship.
Participated in a local one-day tour in Avignon, heading to Stone Town and Red Clay City, passing the Lavender Museum in the middle, so this is also an incidental attraction. It takes about tens of minutes to stay, and there is a Chinese commentary inside. It introduced the difference between pure lavender and hybrid lavender, and visited a lavender factory made by ancient methods. At the same time, it also sells lavender products such as essential oils, soaps and honey.
It’s not the blooming season of Provence lavender, it’s bare everywhere, and I barely moved around in museums and shops. This museum contains more than 1,000 precious cultural relics, including many ancient Chinese cultural relics or Islamic art works influenced by Chinese culture. Noisy to find a scene, watching the sunset in the Otaru Canal. A worthwhile trip
It costs 9 euros to enter the restaurant. If you are not interested in the machinery and history of lavender essential oil extraction, you can go directly to the shop behind the museum. You can purchase lavender products here. We have compared products from other places. The products here are the most delicate and taste the best. I highly recommend the 30 Euro a can of lavender essential oil ointment, which can relieve muscle soreness and is very effective when applied to the body!
Deeply impressed by the purple museum, the beautiful museum is decorated with lavender.