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“(Opening hours below.) Nice shop/museum mostly focussed on cider, but there's some strong alcohol as well and a few beers. Plenty of food. The museum costs 5 euro, and includes 4 samples of cider. There's an introduction movie (with English subtitles if you ask) and after that a tour of a bunch of barns with old cider equipment and there's a tiny orchard with different kinds of apple trees. Quite interesting actually. Very friendly people, and almost everything is translated to English. Prices are quite OK, cheap even if you think of this as a tourist place (there were plenty of people just coming in here to buy cider though.) Full opening hours: The shop is open all year round SHOP'S OPENING HOURS November to March : monday-thusday-wednesday-thusday-friday-saturday from10am until 12pm then 2pm until 5.30pm April to March Opening times are the same as the museum MUSEUM OPENING TIMES April to October 9.30am until 12pm then 2.30pm until 6.30pm (closed Sundays), last morning tour at 11am, last afternoon tour at 5pm July and August 9.30am until6.30pm Monday to Saturday, last afternoon tour at 5pm Sunday and Bank Holidays 10am until12am, then 3pm until 6pm, last morning tour at 11pm, last afternoon tour at 5pm “
Maakun 636 days ago
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