Are there museums of smells, sounds or kinesthetic sensations in which the above is presented as paintings in a museum, as exhibits?

Are there museums of smells, sounds or kinesthetic sensations in which the above is presented as paintings in a museum, as exhibits?

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Answer 1
January, 2021

In the suburbs of Paris, Versailles, there is the Osmothèque - a museum of perfumery. There are samples of fragrances that have been produced or that have been reconstructed according to formulas. This very Osmothek is used for educational purposes, for training perfumers, and as a museum itself. You can go on a tour, smell the perfume :)

Answer 2
January, 2021

there is a music museum in paris. there are still showcases with musical instruments and some kind of ceremonial portraits of orchestras, but the main feature is the audio guide. most of the tracks are not historical references, but the music of each of the instruments in the exhibition. so this is probably more of a sound museum than anything else.

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