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Reawaken Your Senses At Le Musee Du Parfum

By Expert Author: Gabi O.

Some things are quintessentially French, haute couture fashion, the ubiquitous 'French bread' and of course exquisite perfume.

With a reputation for the finer things in life it is no wonder that luxurious fragrances are one of the top souvenirs many people take away with them after their trip - with every spritz reminding visitors of their beautiful visit.

When looking for things to do in Paris you can actually learn about the traditional techniques that go into making sumptuous scents with a visit to Le Musee du Parfum.

Le Musee du Parfum

The first of luxury brand Fragonard's museums, le Musee du Parfum allows visitors to delve into the world of perfumery, discovering the secrets behind world famous scents and finding out more about the exquisite
ingredients which go into each bottle. Fragonard itself has been making perfume since 1926, combining both traditional techniques and modern methods and its museum opened in 1983 to help showcase this prestigious history, following its development through the decades.

The museum, which is located close to the Opera Garnier, is housed in a mansion of Napoleon III style, which was built by the architect Lesoufache in 1860 and contains a collection of perfumery objects throughout the ages, telling the story behind over 3,000 years of perfume making.

Next to the museum is a miniature factory which you can explore at your leisure, allowing you to see 19th century distilling apparatus and other instruments involved in the extraction of raw materials and perfume-making process.

Among the displays you can expect to see are perfume exhibits, antique bottles, containers, stills for steam distillation of perfume extracts, toiletry sets and displays showcasing manufacturing, packaging and ingredient information.

In the centre of the building, in what most visitors class as the piece de resistance of the site, is the orgue a parfum (perfume organ) which features a unique display of tiers of ingredient bottles carefully arranged around a balance which is then used to mix fragrances to create new scents.

The museum itself is a beautiful sight to behold, with painted floors and ceilings, as well as grand fireplaces and chandeliers, adding to the authentic period feel of the home. To find out more about Fragonard,
perfumery and the building you can take a guided tour, as this will give you even more information to take home with you.

Production methods are detailed and exact and it is interesting to witness the care, detail and love which is poured into each and every bottle of perfume made.

After appreciating the grand history of Le Musee du Parfum and the exquisite fragrances which have been made here for generations the perfect way to round off your trip is by taking home your very own scent.

Simply showing your Paris Pass will allow you to receive an exclusive free gift as well as ten per cent off your purchases in the shop. This could prove really helpful if you're struggling to decide between two different scents or your keen to bring home some luxury souvenirs for your friends and family.

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