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MIKO S'EXPOSE !

Museum at Saint-Dizier
  • MIKO Museum

    Integrated in the multiplex "Ciné Quai" in the legendary tower of the 30s, a showroom evokes the history of ice cream, originating in the city.

    Since 1921, Luis and Mercedes Ortiz, settle in Saint-Dizier their trade of ice creams and chestnuts. Ortiz ice carts take part in all the festivities in the region. At the Liberation, ice cream feast GI's confined to Trois-Fontaines-l'Abbaye.

    The 1950s saw the triumph of the iced stick at the cinema "Miko, chocolate intermission" and...
    MIKO Museum

    Integrated in the multiplex "Ciné Quai" in the legendary tower of the 30s, a showroom evokes the history of ice cream, originating in the city.

    Since 1921, Luis and Mercedes Ortiz, settle in Saint-Dizier their trade of ice creams and chestnuts. Ortiz ice carts take part in all the festivities in the region. At the Liberation, ice cream feast GI's confined to Trois-Fontaines-l'Abbaye.

    The 1950s saw the triumph of the iced stick at the cinema "Miko, chocolate intermission" and on the beaches.
    Today, Miko products are manufactured in a state-of-the-art Cogesal-Miko plant that has the largest refrigerated warehouse in Europe.

    Movie lovers can walk the corridors of Ciné-Quai and admire the windows in which are enclosed various objects: boxes, sticks, by-products ... this is accessible to people with movie tickets.
Openings
Openings
  • All year
    * Cet espace n'est accessible qu'aux personnes munies de places de cinéma.