At the entrance to the old town, next to the Jardin des Plantes, this ochre-coloured mansion is where the Fragonard perfumery began in 1926 – though perfumers were at work here as early as 1782. Visits take in the original equipment used for extraction and distilling, include a small Musée du Parfum (Perfume Museum) on the 1st floor, and end at the shop where you can buy Fragonard scents. Perfume-making workshops are available; book ahead.

Day Trips & Excursions activity

Provence Countryside Small Group Day Trip


The perfumer has several other boutiques in the old town specialising in women’s fashion, kids’ wear and homewares.