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Address: 215 route de Piron, 74320 Sevrier, France
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+33 4 50 52 47 11

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Nice place for a rainy day

Its a very nice museum to visit in the area of annecy, for hour or two when it rains. There is a very interesting introduction video in few lanuages include english. The bells... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2015
Ofer B
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Don't bother. It costs €7.50 per adult entry fee. The video about bellmaking is available in English but it was made in 1986. The person on the reception desk was unable to tell me whether anything had changed in the field of bellmaking since 1986. Then after the video there is a very small musuem with some pictures and some... More 

Thank Catherine A
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Reviewed 9 October 2015 via mobile

Its a very nice museum to visit in the area of annecy, for hour or two when it rains. There is a very interesting introduction video in few lanuages include english. The bells exhibition is impressive.

Thank Ofer B
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Reviewed 6 July 2015 via mobile

We went here because we thought "what the heck". There are many different types of bell here, and there is an English guide book which was useful. There is also a 20 minute video describing how bells are made (English). I didn't find it particularly interesting, although some others in my group did. I'd say it's worth visiting if you... More 

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Reviewed 12 May 2015

The museum displays the history of the Paccard bell foundry as well as examples of bells that were conceived in the past (la Savoyarde for Montmartre) and most recently (Liberty bell and the World Peace bell). Beside the museum, visitors can watch two movies tracking the activities of Paccard. At some occcasions, Anne Paccard, host of the museum, also performs... More 

Thank Kris S
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Reviewed 8 June 2013

What a fine discovery! This museum traces the history of bell making, with a fine video (they have an English version) and excellent examples of bells they have made. We were so impressed, we bought the video!

Thank PatioPete

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