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    Haribo Sweet Museum

    €7,00 €3,50

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    Address

    address

    Pont des Charrettes

    Town

    Uzès

    Postal code

    30700

    Website

    http://www.museeharibo.fr/fr/

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    Description

    These sweets have many stories to tell! Would you have guessed that it was only at the beginning of the 17th century that the first sweets were made? The earliest examples were barley sugar, fruit or liquorice pastels… As for HARIBO sweets, it wasn’t until 1920 that they made their first appearance thanks to a certain Hans Riegel. He made his special sweets in a laundry room while his wife delivered them by bicycle! We’ve all got stories to tell about sweets but it’s here, in this museum, that you’ll learn their real story. These sweets have many stories to tell! Would you have guessed that it was only at the beginning of the 17th century that the first sweets were made? The earliest examples were barley sugar, fruit or liquorice pastels… As for HARIBO sweets, it wasn’t until 1920 that they made their first appearance thanks to a certain Hans Riegel. He made his special sweets in a laundry room while his wife delivered them by bicycle! We’ve all got stories to tell about sweets but it’s here, in this museum, that you’ll learn their real story. These sweets have many stories to tell! Would you have guessed that it was only at the beginning of the 17th century that the first sweets were made? The earliest examples were barley sugar, fruit or liquorice pastels… As for HARIBO sweets, it wasn’t until 1920 that they made their first appearance thanks to a certain Hans Riegel. He made his special sweets in a laundry room while his wife delivered them by bicycle! We’ve all got stories to tell about sweets but it’s here, in this museum, that you’ll learn their real story. These sweets have many stories to tell! Would you have guessed that it was only at the beginning of the 17th century that the first sweets were made? The earliest examples were barley sugar, fruit or liquorice pastels… As for HARIBO sweets, it wasn’t until 1920 that they made their first appearance thanks to a certain Hans Riegel. He made his special sweets in a laundry room while his wife delivered them by bicycle! We’ve all got stories to tell about sweets but it’s here, in this museum, that you’ll learn their real story.


    Practical Information

    Full price (in €)

    7,00

    Price conditions

    Full price : 7 € / Reduced price: 6 €

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