All the different types of museums that are in Guadeloupe.
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This site is full of history from over the hundreds of years of import and export of the sugar and rum trade. A really rich culture full of original artifacts still in it’s natural state.
beauport le pays de la canne, port louis, guadeloupe
This is particularly interesting for Rums & Punchs, because in Guadeloupe taxes are much lower than Metropolitan France, prices are much lower
Domaine de Séverin, Sainte-Rose, guadeloupe
Museum of rum dating back from the middle the 19th century with an outstanding quality of rum.
musée du rhum, bellevue, sainte rose, guadeloupe
In the heart of the islands of Guadeloupe, the botanical garden of Deshaies offers a peaceful stroll through the surprising flora of the Caribbean! This 7-hectare park offers a great diversity of plants and remarkable trees.
Jardin Botanique, Deshaies, guadeloupe
Suitable both for visitors wishing to stroll at their own pace and those seeking more knowledge, La Grivelière offers a journey in the heart of the Creole garden and discover the knowledge and know-how related to coffee and cocoa.
habitation la griveliere, vieux habitants, guadeloupe
The exhibition allows the public to rediscover the work of Edgar Clerc on the sites of Grande-Terre such as Morel, and the exceptional discoveries he has uncovered. The exhibition shows how his pioneering work helped to redefine the Amerindian chronology in Guadeloupe and to address certain aspects of the daily life of Native Americans during the early pre-Columbian period (200 BC – 800 AD)
musee edgar clerc, le moule, guadeloupe
The museum Schœlcher is a museum located in Guadeloupe in the old quarter of Pointe-à-Pitre, 24 rue Peynier. It houses a collection of objects that belonged to the journalist and the French politician Victor Schoelcher who was the defender of the definitive abolition of slavery in France.
24 rue peynier, pointe a pitre, guadeloupe
Visit the Collection and literary exhibitions in tribute to the Nobel Prize Alexis Léger said Saint John Perse and different thematic exhibitions.
9 rue noziers, pointe a pitre, guadeloupe
Located in Grande Terre, Guadeloupe, the house of coconut is halfway between Saint-François and Pointe des Châteaux, along the only road serving this tourist site.
Résidence Karukéra, Pointe des Châteaux, SAINT-FRANÇOIS, GUADELOUPE
The coffee culture in Guadeloupe. Formerly a major agriculture staple of Guadeloupe, coffee has experienced since the second half of the nineteenth century an inexorable fall … but not irreversible.
Musée du Café Le Bouchu, Vieux-Habitants, guadeloupe