Saturday, 7 May 2011

Goutte de Lait


Goutte de Lait, i.e. 'milk drop', is a nursery that was founded in 1899 by Dr. Charles Broussin. It was the second nursery in France.

La crèche Goutte de Lait a été fondée en 1899 par le Dr. Charles Broussin, seconde crèche de France.

17 comments:

Kay L. Davies said...

What a lovely place!
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Thérèse said...

Attention aux allergies! :-)

Woody said...

1899? Try finding a nursery here that old, LOL. Pretty fence.

akarui said...

Un petit passage chez toi. Elle est bien belle cette creche.
J'aime beaucoup ta photo du 2 mai.
Bon weekend !!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Beautiful little place and I adore the name.

Bon weekend,
Genie

Randy said...

At first sight I thought is was a restaurant.

Dina said...

It's charming.

Tipat Chalav is Israel's system of government-funded well baby health clinics. The name means "a drop of milk."

ALAIN said...

Une "Goutte de lait", il y en a une aussi à Belleville, mais moins jolie.

VP said...

A lovely place with a very sweet name. I was preparing something like this but only with the signs...

Birdman said...

Why 'milk drop' name?

Regina K said...

The structure looks like gumballs, marshmellows and milk drops : )

BaysideLife said...

The slide and rocking horse? looks like fun. Great detail on the fence.

Day4plus said...

A wonderful looking place. a child would love to go there----at least with a name like 'milk drop' .

Yes we did go to the museum but it was closing in 10 minutes so we just toured the grounds. We did see the first floor when we talked to the curater. The floors are enormous and there is one whole floor of Native American artifacts which I wanted to see so I will be back. MB

Kaori said...

Is it still operating? It doesn't look old at all. The kids must have fun on the toys :D

Cezar and Léia said...

So beautiful and historical place!I also like a lot the name, très sympa! :)
Léia

Jack said...

Quite a place, Ciel. It is hard to imagine a nursery lasting that long. Nice roof tiles and wonderful railings.

T. Becque said...

It looks like a gingerbread house, it's so cute!