A traditional Creole home set on a beautiful property, this landmarks allows visitors to see what life has been like on the island in previous eras.
The home consists of a dirt floor, thatched roof, wooden walls, and a bed made of braided leaves. Inside is an exhibit about slavery.
Consider staying in Port-Louis if you plan on visiting Gratel, as visitors to this part of Guadeloupe will be pleased to have easy museum access during their visit. You can expect little traffic surrounding the museum, particularly since there are so few hotel rooms close.
Restaurant options are few in number in the immediate vicinity surrounding this museum. The most convenient restaurant is, which sells Creole fare.
The hours of operation for the museum are not readily available, meaning your party's smartest chance at success is calling ahead to make sure the building will be open to guests when you and your group plan to head over.
The cost of entry is 2€ per child and 5€ per adult.
Phone Number: (069) 025-9000
Location: Paradis de Montalègre, Port-Louis, Grande-Terre
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