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Musee de la Pagerie

Quartier Pagerie, Trois-Ilets 97229, Martinique
+596 596 68 34 55
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Beautiful place

Nice place to visit. Although it was much smaller than I had expected. Our guide spoke English but... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2017
Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Beautiful gardens, interesting history

Pagerie Estate is where the Empress Josephine (Napoleon Bonaparte's wife) was born, and lived until... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2017
Brisbane, Australia
via mobile
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Empress Josephine, Napoleon's wife, was born and raised at this plantation home.
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  • Poor6%
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Quartier Pagerie, Trois-Ilets 97229, Martinique
+596 596 68 34 55
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Reviewed 11 June 2017

Nice place to visit. Although it was much smaller than I had expected. Our guide spoke English but was hard to understand because she had a heavy French accent. It was a nice little place to visit if you like history, but the museum is...More

1  Thank jpm1108
Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

Pagerie Estate is where the Empress Josephine (Napoleon Bonaparte's wife) was born, and lived until she was 16. We toured the homestead museum and saw artefacts associated with Josephine and walked around the very picturesque gardens. Well worth the scenic drive to see.

Thank Kyzyk
Reviewed 11 April 2017

It is a mini museum; all artefacts are displayed in a small room which was the former Kitchen (i believe). Interesting but not really impressive

1  Thank Rho28500
Reviewed 23 March 2017

A must see historical site by all who visit the guides are excellent the place is quiet and you feel peace

Thank claytsbart
Reviewed 1 March 2017

We arrived about 20 minutes before a 4pm closing time – which seems ludicrous and aimed at the convenience of the employees rather than geared to the needs of visitors - and received such a discourteous 'welcome' from the staff, that we decided it was...More

Thank Dilbertfan
Reviewed 21 February 2017

Interesting history review. The museum has many unique exhibits including the bed that Josephine slept in.

Thank Ottawian
Reviewed 17 February 2017 via mobile

The receptionist was very welcoming and spoke enough English to give us an overview of what we were going to see. The little Museum located in the old kitchen had many artifacts from Napoleon and Josephine's childhood. All the displays were explained in French, but...More

Thank sbbrooks
Reviewed 16 February 2017

This museum is small, but interesting. Our guide presented in both french and english, and did a very god job of it. If you don't read french, you may be disappointed, as everything legible is in french.

Thank rhoway24
Reviewed 14 February 2017

The guide covered a lot of history in a very short time, which was a little overwhelming. But she was very knowledgeable. French language only.

Thank ojo4max
Reviewed 9 February 2017

There are ruins of a sugar factory across the road, and a very modern ticket office, but the main attraction is a small building with antiques & collectibles from the era of Napoleon & Josephine. It was interesting to see her gloves, and commemorative lamps...More

Thank Janet H
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Christopher R
24 December 2016|
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When you get off the ferry at Trois-Ilets there is a Tourist Department kiosk nearby, they may help u, they speak English. The plantation is a little too far to walk. We were short of time, so we took a taxi. The plantation... More