This museum is very special, mainly with various perfumes, French cosmetic perfumes are very high in the world, the ingredients of perfumes are very noble. These include Bulgarian roses and so on.
The Huagongna Perfume Museum in Paris, France, is quite famous, and if you walk through it carefully, you can understand the history and history of perfume clearly. After a walk through the end, it was found that there were a lot of perfumes, but not the famous brands that usually sell, but they were also very good. It looked like a marketing plan for perfumes.
The Fragrance Museum of Fragonard in Paris is the most famous perfume museum in the world. The perfume brand of Fragonard has a history of more than 300 years. It once supplied perfumes to the French royal family. It is now the most noble perfume brand in France. There are many things worth seeing, such as the perfumes used by the royal family and the formulas of various perfumes. At the same time, you can also buy the most authentic Huagongna perfume, so it is worth a visit.
The Fragrance Museum of Huagongna is very suitable for female tourists. It is simply the world of perfumes. You can see all kinds of perfumes that you can't imagine. The whole museum has different fragrances.
The small Fragonard Museum is a short walk from the Opera Garnier. She belongs to the famous perfume brand Fragonard (Hua Gong Na) and records the development of perfume. The museum is housed in a unique building, with a magnificent space composed of wooden floors and crystal chandeliers. When you come here, you seem to have returned to the old Paris. It is worth mentioning that visiting here is completely free. It can be said that this museum is for those who love perfume and want to know more about the industry.
An interesting cultural feast about perfume. The narrator was very professional and enthusiastic, and showed us the ingredients, production process and history of Hua Gongna. The collection of perfume bottles in the museum has a long history and is extremely exquisite. I have also seen some with Egyptian, Japanese and Chinese elements. I discovered this perfume museum by accident. The visit is free and I highly recommend it.
This perfume museum is a real museum unlike our convenience store