This is a quiet museum out of the usual tourist’s way. I was a bit baffled when I started the tour as there seemed only to be a temporary exhibition about some serial killer I’d never heard of. The person selling me the ticket might have told us that all the interesting stuff I’d read about on their website was downstairs… They have a lot of letters and notes from famous people, some of them quite interesting; papers signed by the old French kings, letters from authors and painters, some books, musical compositions, a note written by Albert Einstein, and fascinating papers from the French revolution. Be aware that there is no information in English, it’s all in French.
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