In 1709 an italian perfumer named Johann Maria Farina invented the most famous water in the world. This classy perfume is still made today by the same family in the same house.
- An actor dressed in a historical costume plays the role of the inventor of Eau de Cologne
- Guided tour in english through the birthplace of Eau de Cologne
- Introduction of high-quality essences
- Wide collection of historical flacons
- Admission is free for children 10 and younger
1h guided tour, 1 souvenir per participant
|Participants||Maximum of 20 participants per tour|
|Categories||Museums, Explore & Discover, Museums in Cologne, Museums in North Rhine-Westphalia|
|Languages||German, English, French|
|Region||Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia|
Obenmarspforten 21, Cologne/ Köln, Germany/ Deutschland
Offered byFarina Duftmuseum
Join Johann Maria Farina himself as he takes you to a journey through the world of fragrances. An actor in rococo-period costume will introduce you to the secrets and the history of the world-famous Eau de Cologne. He will explain the challenging perfume-making process: beginning with the composition of a perfume to its production. Further you will have the chance to smell at several essences in the distilling room.