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Take the scenic route from the haute-ville, a gorgeous walk along the sea front and a climb up lots of steps with amazing views to reach first the beautiful gardens of Dior's childhood home. You may have to wait in the garden as the house...More
Beautiful setting - leave the men in the perfumed gardens and enjoy a luxurious and calm wander looking at wonderful fashion. They strictly limit numbers so the house is never crowded, it smells sublime because of the expensive gift shop and there are, as you...More
The museum is small, but still an hour or so to visit. I wasn't really sure how interesting it would be but went as my good lady wife would love it. Turned out I learned a few things and was content.
There is a little...More
Beautiful house housing the history of Dior including wonderful dresses well displayed and an interesting a/v presentation. Tiny area selling perfume, testing not encouraged. Staff rather too efficient and formal. House was very hot in May. Well kept gardens outside. Some refreshment would be welcome.
Nice garden and sea view. We went to North beaches from Granville and visited this place just passing by. We are glad to see this garden and house. Adult ticket is 8 Euro for a visit the house, but tourists can see the garden absolutely...More
We loved the house and the exhibits, all so well presented... it was our friends second visit and they enjoyed the fact that some of the exhibits had changed. The staff were friendly and helpful and we could see that the gardens would be worth...More
Interesting place to visit to get a better understanding of the designer’s life. The house offers a nice garden and view over the sea. The collection exhibited is pretty narrow with many dresses designed by J. Galliano who is probably one of his best successor....More
We had not realised this museum existed until seeing it advertised in our Hotel. It is free to walk around the gardens but there is a charge for the House. Unless you are interested in Dior I would not recommend it, but for those that...More
There is a train that goes from Paris directly to Granville it takes 3 hours or there is public transport all around La Manche so it's not difficult to get to Granville and Granville has it's own public buses that travel... More
There is a train that goes from Paris directly to Granville it takes 3 hours or there is public transport all around La Manche so it's not difficult to get to Granville and Granville has it's own public buses that travel around Granville so I'm sure that there is one that goes to the museum . As for a tour I don't think that is really any guides to show you around but there are written guides that they hand out at the beginning .