We went there on a dull day weatherwise hoping to occupy our 11 year old grand-daughter for an hour. Two and a half hours later hunger drove us away. Lots to see and do, very clean and well presented. The son et lumiere show was only in French but we managed to understand bits and pieces. I've got the attention span of a goldfish where science is concerned but really enjoyed it. I'm old enough to remember the first transatlantic television pictures but had no idea they reached Europe in such rural surroundings. We wouldn't have left when we did had the café not been shut.
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