The history of tobacco and its uses since the discovery of America. The museum's exhibitions explain the plant and its botanical features, the first factories, ritual and social uses, ways of consuming tobacco through approximately 400 objects from Europe and other continents.
M° Invalides (lignes 8 et 13)
RER Invalides (ligne C)
Bus 28, 49
12, rue Surcouf
33(0)1 45 56 60 17
33(0)1 45 56 66 67
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"Please visit www.toothpickart.com to see unique one-of-a-kind toothpick sculptures that have received international attention." Posted by Steven J. Backman the 2004-12-19.
"Please visit http://www.catfish1952.com/MatchstickMan.html to see detailed photos and text about some truly unbelievable works of art that are inextricably connected with smoking. There is a link at the bottom of this page with an in depth story about the creator and more photos including word-famous musicians who are astonished with the breath-taking quality of these masterpieces.
To learn why this collection would never have been imagined and created without the use of tobacco products. Please visit
http://www.ibluegrass.com/bg_posting3.CFM?p__i=641&p__r=&p__a=match" Posted by tony Hall the 2006-03-20.