Three times we tried to visit this bell foundry before we were sucessful in gaining access and a tour it is closed in the morning most of the year and only accepts english speaking visitors at 4pm just before the attaction closes for the day. The foundry building is quite small but includes all the processes used to make hand and church belles from quite small ones to some of the very largest ones its claim to fame is it made the new Millenium bells for Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
However please do not be disappointed you are unlikely to see a bell being cast.
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