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This was a highlight of our trip-- perhaps because we never expected to find such a museum here. It's small, but it was free to enter! Worth checking out if you have some spare time and/or have kids with you on your trip.
If you're into fossils this is a nice something to do for a half hour or so. There's a t-rex skull and some mammoth ivory and a couple of other large pieces and some other well annotated displays. Small but nicely organised collection from the...More
Stumbled upon it when leaving the Museum Calvert. It was free so I stuck my head in for a few minutes. Seemed to focus on French attempts to reintroduce wolves into the countryside. I'd keep it in my hip pocket as a place to go...More
This is a rather old fashioned museum with some stuffed and mounted animals on display. They are local animals from Vaucluse. It was interesting to see and compare the different animals. though some people may find it not PC. There are stuffed birds too. There...More
It's in a quiet backwater, next to the Calvet Museum which is much better. There are a few exhibits, the best of which was about the return of wolves to France. All the captions are in French. I liked the information about rabies!