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The museum was a great value for a super fun experience. I attended the English tour (only 18 zl) and had such a nice afternoon. The guides/demonstrators/croissant makers were really funny and engaging. The whole group was laughing and having fun. The croissants were delicious...More
This is a great audience participation event. The hosts are very friendly and the script is excellent. Get involved. If in Poznan this is a must do. Tasty treats too.
If you are looking to see artifacts and relics you will be disappointed! If you...More
The Croissant Museum offers a great show around making their region protected take on croissant. This croissant is called after St. martin and is filled with the all kind of goodies. The staff is wonderful and funny the location is great and the kids had...More
This is definitely a must-see if you are in Poznan! The interactive aspect was quite fun, and the staff were really funny. Along with learning the history of the St. Martin croissants and how to make them, we were also taught some Poznan dialect and...More
We have visited the museum today at 11:10 am. This slot allowes you to watch the fighting goats through the window (best view). The visit to the museum takes about 1h. It's not a typical museum, you will learn about local dialect and how to...More
I think I thought it was a tour, but we just sat in one place for about an hour.
Not to say it was not entertaining. The two young men who did the English presentation were excellent. They spoke clearly and well. They were obviously...More
Instead of a museum, it is more like an interactive croissant show. We joined the English show, and we had a fun time there. The staff introduced the history of croissant and tried to engage the audience in making croissants. The two young men were...More