|How long does a visit last?
Visitors to the Haribo Sweet Museum are free to move around as they please. Visits last an average of 1 hour, not including time spent in the gift shop.
|What is on display for children?
The Museum has mechanical and interactive displays inspired by the sweet manufacturing process. Children can take charge of a pallet truck, robotic arm and other simulation games.
Interactive monitors are also available, as well as an olfactory circuit for them to learn and have fun at the same time.
They can learn about how sweets are made and the ingredients used by watching videos filmed at the factory, make their own sweet wrappers using the bagging machines, and take a souvenir home thanks to our e-photo terminals.
|Is it possible to visit the factory?
In order to respect the highly strict food health and safety standards set by the IFS (International Food Standard), visits to the factory are not allowed.
Do visitors receive free sweets during their visit?
Practical info:Parking: the Museum has a large car park that is free of charge and exclusively for the museum. It has spaces reserved for buses and camper vans.
The car park is closed at the end of each day and overnight parking is not permitted.
Disabled access: the Museum has two lifts that provide access to all floors, making it easy for disabled guests and prams to move about.
However, the machine room can only be reached via three steps, thus limiting access.
Animals: animals are not admitted within the Museum, even when carried, with the exception of guide dogs.
Cloakrooms: there are no cloakrooms at the entrance, but you can leave any cumbersome personal belongings at reception (motor cycle helmets, rucksacks, etc.).
Photos: you can take photos inside and even send e-photos using our terminals.
Online sales: the Museum does not yet have online ticket sales
How do I get to the Museum?
Access via A9 motorway (Lyon / Montpellier), exit at Remoulins-Uzès-pont du Gard
Pont des Charrettes stop:
For family visits, bookings are not necessary. Entry to the museum is available all day long. Final admissions 1 hour before closing.
For school visits and professionals, prior reservation is mandatory regardless of the number of visitors.
The Sweet Museum’s website has a dedicated section for this purpose.