Not to be confused with the Villa Musee Fragonard, (which is devoted to the works of artist Jean-Honore Fragonard), the ... More
Not to be confused with the Villa Musee Fragonard, (which is devoted to the works of artist Jean-Honore Fragonard), the Fragonard perfumery is named after one of the oldest perfume-making families in the small town of Grasse. Visits to Fragonard perfumery are free. Housed in a 18th-Century tannery, the perfumery consists of a museum and the remains of the original factory (the new one has moved to the outskirts of town). A guide is on hand to explain the different stages in perfume making.
My first time in france I visted the Fragonard perfumery. It was very informative and interesting. We were able to see the entire perfume making proceess. At the end of the tour there is a store to buy fragonard products. The prices of the products vary, but the sample packs are inexpensive and not eau du toilette! Well worth it! I always receive compliments when wearing fragonard. If you have time I would suggest taking a tour!
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