The building in itself is gorgeous and immense. It is true however that once inside there isn't much to see. Do take the time to admire the architecture. Once you enter the grand hall, take the time to look at the ceiling and all of its details. There is also a mark showing where the water went up to during the great flood of 1910. If you have French descendants, it is cool to see if your family name shows up on the list of those that were executed during the French Revolution.
Also check out the remains of the medieval staircase that communicated between the Upper and Lower Chamber.
Museum Pass is accepted here.
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