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Musée des Egouts

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Musée des Egouts

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デレク ク wrote a review Oct. 2019
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It is working sewage for real! And you get to learn some interesting history about the development and some creative inventions. (Update Sept 2019: It is currently closed, perhaps due to the nearby constructions along the river side)
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Date of experience: November 2018
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MichaelMc777 wrote a review Sep. 2019
Sunnyvale, California4,457 contributions397 helpful votes
It was surprising to find a museum of the Paris sewer system. It was very different and interesting at the same time. A window into another part of Paris. The museum is set into the actual functioning Paris sewer system. I found it to be well done and fascinating. The walk ways and displays are clean! There are also many explanations written, of the different parts to this labyrinth.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Cathy G wrote a review Oct. 2018
27 contributions22 helpful votes
The Sewer museum is closed until the Spring. I was aware of this before coming to Paris but thought it was worth double checking. We walked by there this afternoon. Would have been a fun thing to see. Oh Well, something for next time. Im giving it one star because I have fill in the field.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Olivia-aca wrote a review Aug. 2018
Toronto, Canada127 contributions25 helpful votes
I don't know what I expected from this place but bare minimum I was looking forward to just walking around the tunnels. Let me tell you, you will get SO mush more! When you first go down you just walk through a few tunnels with information (in French) and I was a bit disappointed but then you turn a corner and BAM - poop! It's an active sewer facility and you can actually see sewer system in process. It does get pretty smelly, we used our sweaters to cover our noses. Unfortunately, most information is in French so we didn't really get much information out of it but it was still a pretty cool trip. It's not for the faint of heart but if you think you can handle it it's definitely different than anything else you'll find in Paris!
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Dee M wrote a review Aug. 2018
Brisbane, Australia7 contributions5 helpful votes
I really enjoyed it. Once you get over the smell, the stories of people escaping through the sewers and how they went about cleaning them are quite amusing. It is something different and well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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