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All reviews croissants great fun st martin audience participation english version croissant making english tour famous st fun hour short video both adults and children takes about an hour english speaking history lesson traditional sense few words nice activity
We booked a place in advance for a tour and instruction in English, on Sundays at 13:45. What a wonderful experience, both we and the children enjoyed themselves, a wonderful English tutorial and full of humor, sharing the audience and finally tasting the croissant.Very recommended
It was a rainy day so we were looking for something to do we’re we could keep dry and thought we’d give the museum a try.
We were pleasantly surprised by the ‘show’ that was put on. As well as learning about the history of...More
Light hearted exclamation behind the St. Martin croissant. This is not a cooking class or cooking demonstration of any kind. I was hoping it would be, therefore I was a little disappointed. My husband was just plain bored, but it did get us out of...More
Read the reviews for this before going and couldn’t work out how it could possibly be that funny. What can I say except it really is! We arrived just as it was about to start and got the last 3 seats available. Very amusing and...More
It is very nice to watch or to participate in the process. They perform a very nice and pleasant presentation, with a reward at the end of the show: you taste the original St. Martins croissant. Do not miss it!
The staff is really friendly and welcoming, the guys who run the English pass are great and funny, lots of information about the croissant and its origins, as well as jokes.
It takes around 50 minutes, booking not necessary, but recommended; check their website for...More
Very entertaining and educational. It's more of a presentation in one room, teaching you about the history and process of making local croissants. The presenters are very bubbly and engaging both in Polish and English languages. I didn't know a lesson of history of a...More