Lots of beautiful pearls on display and for sale. Too expensive for us but good to see. Lots of good information.
About Musee de la Perle Robert WAN - The Robert WAN Pearl Museum
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This is a wonderful place to learn about all aspects of pearls, their nature and discovery, their cultivation and variety. There is also an opportunity to buy, although this is by no means imposed or expected. The museum is precisely that…it is informative, well-resourced and...More
The museum is part of Robert Wan's retail premise - but have no fear, the staff will not pressure you to buy. And the museum is more than just a hook to get you into the shop. It is a small but thoroughly interesting history...More
First, it was hot and standing in front of this place, which is free. We went in and saw the one room which explains the pearl history and harvest as well as how these are graded, mainly in a video and with some dioramas. The...More
This museum is dedicated to the "culture" of the culture of pearls in the Tahitian way. You will feel more confident choosing your pearl after a visit here.
We were just walking around looking for a market in Papaeete when we stumbled into this place thinking it would b3 just another pressure sales, air conditioned tourist trap. Far from it we discovered some amazing historical artifacts, including the crown of Emperor Charlemagne and...More
A welcomed air conditioned haven with a small but very informative museum on the history of pearls both South Pacific and world. The videos run in English and the display pearl designs for sale are beautiful and fun to look at some designs are quite...More
It has a lot of good info in the museum part. The Wan store sales part leaves a lot to be desired. We were looking seriously to buy several sets of earrings and necklaces. We were dressed in shorts and polo shirts. We got the...More
Robert Wan is an icon in the pearl industry. The Musee de la Perle Robert WAN provides very good interpretive displays of the history of pearls as well as what makes a pearl valuable and how pearls are produced. The museum is attached to a...More