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Parfumerie Fragonard

20 boulevard Fragonard, 06130, Grasse, France
+33 4 93 36 44 65
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Visits to this historic factory thread their way through the perfumer’s laboratory, with its perfume organ, the distillery, the maceration and filtering studios, the enfleurage rooms, and the artisanal packaging and soapmaking workshops. The museum's collection features bottles and perfume memorabilia from ancient times and all the way up to the present day. Clay perfume flasks, khol vases, scent holders, salve jars, pomanders, bergamotes, and travel kits trace 3,000 years of history.
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“perfume factory” (29 reviews)
“free tour” (27 reviews)
“gift shop” (22 reviews)
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20 boulevard Fragonard, 06130, Grasse, France
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is one of the larger perfumeries in Grasse. You can take a guided tour that takes about 25 minutes. During this tour you will be given the history of both the company and the industry in this area. You will see the production of...More

Thank Dan K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Being as whenever my wife and I go vacationing, she lets me choose the excursion, this time around I felt it was only fair for us to go where she wanted and this was the place she choose. As a guy, I could care less...More

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Reviewed 11 December 2017

we visited the shop and we made the tour with a guide, she explained how they use to extract the perfume , and what is the difference between the perfume , eau de toilette and eau de parfum, and also we tested our knowledge of...More

Thank Francis H
Reviewed 3 November 2017 via mobile

Fragonard is a must, featuring a museum and huge shop where you can purchase divine items at virtually cost price, be prepared to spend a few hours here. Conveniently, Fragonard has its own car park, the staff are helpful and gift wrap. There are several...More

Thank Luxeforless
Reviewed 1 November 2017 via mobile

Huge tourist trap. A nice guide but there were not very much to show. Some men pouring liquids together and ladies pouring liquids into bottles. A big store. So if the main focus is only shopping you will be happy.More

Thank Karin91100
Laurie G, Responsable relations clients at Parfumerie Fragonard, responded to this reviewResponded 23 November 2017

Dear Madam, Sir, Thank you for taking the time to write us your comments, this helps us to better understand your expectations and give you the following details: In order to share its traditional know-how and to make it accessible to as many people as...More

Reviewed 10 October 2017

We stopped here in Grasse after touring the Chauteau Eze. This was a nice, free, short tour of how Fragonard perfumes, toilettes, and colognes are made with English speaking tour guides. Learned about how the flowers, spices are mixed together to make the perfumes, a...More

Thank Too Poor 2
Reviewed 10 October 2017

After staying in the Grasse region for a week, we decided to follow a tour book's advice and visit the Fragonard factory for a free tour. This tour EXCEEDED our group of eight's expectations; men and women! Firstly, our tour guide was a delight, she...More

Thank Ann O
Reviewed 4 October 2017

We stopped in Grasse on our way from Trigance to Valbonne & after a visit to the Grasse Tourism Dept. we found the Fragonard Perfume Factory. We took a free tour of the factory where the perfume is made & it was very interesting. After...More

Thank KARS929
Reviewed 1 October 2017

The boys went for a drink while us girls visited the Fragonard Perfumerie. We had a quick tour of the factory and then were direct into the shop where we were given samples to smell of there fragrances. We all bought a large bottle each...More

Thank RayleneL
Reviewed 19 September 2017 via mobile

Wonderful free tour of the Parfumerie. Go on a weekday so you can see the people who actually work there. Very informative tour. Now I know why perfume is expensive. At the end of the tour you can try the various perfumes and have them...More

Thank Munrovia
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AfricanVenus
4 May 2017|
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Response from CapistranoBeach | Reviewed this property |
We visited on our own. We did not do a tour package. Grasse is very doable without a tour guide. There are lovely little shops and even places to make your own perfume within the city and walking distance from the museum.
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aj207
23 April 2017|
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Response from soinic | Reviewed this property |
Grasse has become a dirty and letdown village, but visiting "parfumerie Fragonard" was nice... as it used to be already many years ago! You could contact them for further details... English is spoken by their employees as... More
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RCW14
3 January 2017|
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Response from Travelbird19 | Reviewed this property |
Always open. July-August very hot and lot of people. Suggest May, June and September. Even October is still a fine month down South.
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