Focusing on the dress and clothing worn by the different segments of society throughout Guadeloupe's history. This side by side comparison will give visitors an interesting insight into the relations between classes and races.
The museum grants guests to explore the various exhibits that cross through time on the island. The owner also serves as a tour guide, and will happy to guide you through the museum answering any questions that you may have.
Consider staying in Gosier if you plan on visiting Musee du Costume et Tradition, since visitors to this area of Guadeloupe will have the benefit of convenient access to the museum throughout their trip. Though this location isn't exactly over-crowded, that doesn't mean you won't find at least a few lodging options to pick from.
|Auberge de la Vielle Tour||Hotel||0.3 mi. (5.0 km)||W|
|La Maison Creole||Hotel||--||--|
|Karibea Beach Resort Gosier||Resort||1.0 mi. (4.5 km)||W|
|La Creole Beach Hotel||Hotel||1.1 mi. (4.4 km)||W|
|Canella Beach||Hotel||1.1 mi. (4.2 km)||W|
|Mahogany Hotel Residence||Resort||1.1 mi. (4.3 km)||W|
Active guests will enjoy visiting Salako Beach, the beach closest to this museum.
The Musee du Costume et Traditions is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9:00am until 5:00pm, with a two hour break in service starting at 1:00pm.
The cost of admission into the museum is €9.
Phone Number: 0590/83-21-70 Or 0690/41-51-90
Location: 1 Perinette, Gosier, Grande-Terre
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