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“Provins at the time of the Fairs of Champagne”This is a former merchant house. Dating from the 13th century, it is one of the most sumptuous buildings of Provins. Admire the sophisticated architecture of the rooms, sculpted capitals and the...more
Our entrance fee was included in the cost of our day trip from Paris so we ventured in. Large area inside the building with multiple display areas providing a limited amount of history about the area, but quite fun. I learned a few things and...More
If you want to see how people lived in the medieval time, you have to vizit this place. You will learned how they produced goods, their connections to the rest of the world and their live as is. Everything is organized very well with multimedia...More
We visited the medieval town of Provins two weeks ago. The town is spectacular but I found the visit to La Grange aux Dimes very short and not really worth the money. There is a room upstairs and one in the cellar and you have...More
The museum is set in an authentic medieval building and shows typical artisans, merchants and craftsmen. Good way to understand history. Be aware of the very steep staircase to exit (optimized space in the old times).
Attractive museum in provins,, one of the important attractions not to be missed, it gives you an idea about life in provins in earlier centuries,,, good English audio guide,,, attractive for both adults and kids.
For those reading review of attractions in ProvinsI gave the thumbs down to the Souterranes but the thumbs up for here. One descends to the medieval basement which is set out with mankins in contemporary costume. One listens to an easily operated message in which...More
Audio guide in excellent English explains the tableaux and provides great information about why Proving was so important. Included in Provins day pass ticket. Went in September - open only in the afternoon.
The barn is the first stop in the tour of Provins. It is a grate intro to the town, medieval fairs and how Provins came to be. The attraction has life sized displays of the major actors in the fairs, ensconced in the 13th century...More