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We were staying in the area and had to kill a few hours before our onward journey. Was delighted to read the reviews of this place and so we visited with our 2 children, 13 and 9. It's a really quirky charming place and the...More
An interesting afternoon. When you arrive the car park is on the opposite side of the road. You enter through the café and then pay to go in, its about €7. Once in you look at the models made of rubbish which were created by...More
Absolutely brilliant and a MUST SEE. We really found it inspiring. We watch the video and it is a must see. English subtitles. The creations are wacky but individual and all working. Watch September since it only opens at 2pm to 5pm at some point...More
What a surprise this was. We went with the grandparents, the 7 year old and a teenage and we all loved it! There are traditional wooden games to play, machines to activate and watch, a movie to see, buildings to sit in and a step...More
Extremely glad we visited. Lots of mechanical sculptures operated by a button push, mostly powered through solar power. You can either just enjoy the moving sculptures or try to figure out how the moving parts interact and work.
The buildings are charmingly bizarre giving impressions...More
This was the unexpected hit of our holiday. Initially it doesn't look much but as soon as you set eyes on the flying machine over the entrance you know you're in for something different.
Our grandsons, 8, 6, 5 and 2, thought this was brilliant...More
I went here with my family (wife, and daughter (9) and son (6)). All I knew at the outset was that the founder, Robert Coudray, made things out of recycled materials.
What we discovered was a wide range of fantastical machines (often doing nothing useful),...More