Who knew there was so much to learn about the most consumed fruit on the planet? Indeed, this museum teaches you about its production and all of its many uses.
A working banana plantation, guests are invited to learn even the most obscure facts about bananas. There are even displays of its depiction in art. Guided tours are available by appointment and for groups of 10 people.
Sainte Marie is a good option for those wishing to visit Musee de la Banane, because guests staying in this part of Martinique will be excited to have easy access to this museum during their time there. There isn't much congestion in the area near the museum, perhaps because there are so few hotel booking options nearby.
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There are just enough restaurants to keep vacationers contented in the community near Musee de la Banane. Le Colibri Parfumé, which has a menu full of Creole meals, is also the most convenient dining option from the museum. Le Ti Punch Coco and offer additional refreshment choices nearby. At Saint James you and your group may try out Caribbean cuisine and enjoy the culture of Martinique.
They are open to guests daily from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Children pay €5 and adults pay €7 to enter the plantation.
Phone Number: (059) 676-2709
Location: Habitation Limbe, Sainte Marie, Martinique
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