A museum featuring the children’s story, “the Little Prince”, and its author, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, as the theme. The garden blooms in all four seasons and is modeled after a European garden, with a little townscape like that of the author’s native France. The garden is photogenic from every angle. The exhibit focuses on Saint-Exupéry’s tumultuous life and you can learn just how “the Little Prince” came about.
Just down the street from the Venetian Glass Museum. Not much to see, but the atmosphere is magical, and the gift shop has lots of cute stuff.