sent 23 Nov 2009
The price has been raised to 9.50 € now but I still think it's well worth a visit for anyone who doesn't know much about hemp and cannabis culture. The price also includes a ticket to the Cannabis Gallery just next door. Myself on the other hand had an abundance of knowledge already through cultivating the plants for a few years so any growers out there might just wanna check out the Sensi Seed boutique and save their money for some awesome strains.
sent 2 Dec 2008
The museum was smaller than I was expecting. I found the first half a little boring as it was mainly pictures of hemp products and manuscripts about medical use. Halfway through however we were pleasantly shocked to walk into a grow room, with loads of plants growing, the smell was amazing and I spent a while in there staring in amazement and taking photos. The second half of the museum sparked my interest a little more with a big display of old and new bongs, pipes, vaporisers etc and a display of how drugs were smuggled years ago. I was also a little surprised to see people walking around smoking spliffs and if I'd of knew you could do this I would of taken some of my own! Overall, definitely worth the 5.70 euros admission and defo worth popping in if your passing (makes a pleasant change from the coffee shops) but I wouldn't go out of my way to find the place.
sent 31 Dec 2006
This was the third time for me but for my friend the first. It’s very interesting you get a ticket for 5.70 euro and a little sticker. At the end of the museum there is a little room where you can look at growing plants and where you can try a vaporiser with home-made-weed from Sensi Seeds. A good choice for everyone who is interested in the history of cannabis around the world.
visited 10/17; sent 24 Oct 2005
A must see. Great history from all countries about pot and hash, only 2.50 euro's. Plants growing next door and some nice items to buy.
sent 5 Nov 2004
A small 2.50 euros entry fee which is pocket change to see some of the best information, pictures, and you get to see some awesome plants. Everytime I walked by this place it smelled so sweet I had to stop in.
Flyski n Skinz
visited 2-4 FEB 04; sent 5 Feb 2004
Small and full of interesting historical, cultural and practical exhibits. The museum is quite cramped so not ideal for disabled visitors.