I really love perfumes so the whole experience for me was great. We had a guide there who was telling us about the history of the perfume. It was nice to learn the process of how to make perfumes, to see the all the flowers petals and to smell the different types of flowers. At the end of the tour you get to the shop where you can buy different types of extracts, which are pretty pricey. This is the only down point of it. Other than that, it was a nice visit and the scenery outside of the museum is also lovely.
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