This is a decent museum and has some excellent exhibits (although the Camille Claudel piece which i really wanted to see was on loan to Dresden!) - however the layout was a bit confusing and especially the paintings seemed to be grouped together in a rather muddled way. The cabinet of curiousities was interesting and would have been even more so if we had been able to make any sense whatsoever of the information which purportedly explained what everything was. The best organised parts were the Roman and mediaeval. Best time to go is Tuesday or the first Sunday of the month when it is free. I would have felt cheated if I had paid €4.
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