While it's only one wall to see, the sculptures are both beautiful and fascinating. Like some other off-season visitors we were the only ones on the tour so were able to have it in English. Much appreciated, because my small amount of French doesn't stretch to technical things and DH doesn't speak French at all. The small museum has English translations for the exhibits which is also very helpful. Not the same 'wow!' factor to me as Les Combarelles or Font de Gaume, but still well worth seeing. Get the tickets for all three at the same time for a discount.
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