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When we visited the salt museum we didn't expect to see tha fabulous wild birds some very rare breeding on the lakes. We watched a video on the history of salt mines going back hundreds of years. In the lakes black mud is collected stated...More
We visited this place and it is a short walk from the hotel we stayed in. You can bathe in the mud there, but we did not partake as it smelt disgusting and put me off, but there were plaenty of other people doing it.
Inaccessible unless by taxi. It's a shack on the side of the lake. A short video presentation on an old tv and then a wander around a few photos. It was peculiar and didn't do the industry history justice at all. Not really worth going...More
We always enjoy visiting quirky museums and wondered how there could be a whole museum dedicated to salt!
This was worth a visit, but it only takes about ten minutes to read the information and look at the small collection of exhibits.
It is a...More
An interesting museum if you want to get acquainted with the history of salt production. It was good to visit with kids as it is small and it is not time consuming for small kids to familiarize with the exposition.
I like to go to museums that may appear boring at first hearing what they are about, normally I came away and I am suprised by how interesting the place was. This was not the case with the Museum of Salt. It started with a...More