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Franzson wrote a review Sep 2019
Heidelberg, Germany243 contributions45 helpful votes
This is an excellent little museum. It's outstanding with its scifi/fantasy theme. It's not that big, but totally worth the visit ( even though rochefort en terre is an amazing village ). there are 4 rooms, the garden and the catacombs to visit.
Date of experience: September 2019
past-it-punk wrote a review Jul 2018
Malton, United Kingdom47 contributions30 helpful votes
Very interesting existing exhibits in this museum. Very sci fi. A little expensive but maybe to be expected in this town. Definitely worth a visit.
Date of experience: July 2018
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Lynn C wrote a review Jul 2018
Didn't expect this wacky place, if you don't enjoy the science fiction aspect, the amazing building and cellar are worth a look.
Date of experience: July 2018
Sam B wrote a review Jun 2018
14 contributions14 helpful votes
The museum is located in Rochefort en Terre in the grounds of the local Chateau. Parking is located at both ends of the village. Access for wheelchair users from car park is uncomfortable due to cobbled streets and inclines so take care. The museum itself is strange as I'm not into art but the pieces were intriguing. Its a blend of fantasy, science fiction and classic art. The art is from many different artists. I liked the spinning sculptures as they lit up and looked like objects from Star Trek. The access into museum is good however getting into top of museum requires you to go out of main door round to back door where a little step is needed to be crossed so caution there. Take care here its accessible but need to go slow getting around. Ground is uneven. Interesting place good for art lovers.…
Date of experience: May 2018
Steredenn-Bzh wrote a review Mar 2018
Brittany, France25 contributions5 helpful votes
In can't speak high enough of this museum. It's definitely one of the most fascinating and inspiring places I've ever visited. So, where to start... The museum is situated in the beautiful castle of Rochefort-en-Terre. I've been doing research about Naïa the witch the past few years and that was the reason why I absolutely had to visit this village and the museum. I was cordially received at the entrance by Manu ( one of the directors of this museum), who gave me a lot of useful information about my visit. From the moment you enter this magical place you feel like being in a dream... I was overwhelmed by the fantastic creations of Pascal Ferry, Martina Hoffmann, A.Andrew Gonzalez, Adeline Martin, Yoann Penard and Patrice "Pit" Hubert ( just naming a few that stood out for me). During the visit one is being surrounded by ethereal music, the perfect soundtrack for this adventure. The moment that really blew me away was when I entered the basement vault! A huge rotating sculpture by Patrice Hubert emerged out of the dark. There were moving parts and a very atmospheric light, and combined with this extraordinary music, a very intense experience was created, almost interdimensional. I was mesmerized and could have stayed for hours!!! To sum up: I enjoyed every second of this oneiric journey!!! I have already visited this museum twice and I can't wait for my next visit. Many thanks to the directors of the Naïa Museum for having created this exquisite and magical place!…
Date of experience: May 2017
Response from Naia M M, Gérant at Naïa Museum
Responded 7 Apr 2018
HO! many thank's fo these words. :) See you soon in your universe.