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Musée de la Magie information
The ancient arts of magic, optical illusion and sleight of hand are explored in this museum, in the 16th-century caves (cellars) of the Marquis de Sade’s former home. Admission includes a magic show, and a combination ticket covering entry to the adjoining Musée des Automates – a collection of antique wind-up toys – is also available (adult/child €12/9).