This museum has been wonderfully restored and redecorated and shouldn't be missed. Like us you may not know much or anything about Massena but viewing the place will make you want to know more. However it is the décor, furnishing, and art within the place which are so impressive.
There is some memorabilia related to Bonaparte which is fascinating and an art exhibition on the top floor with some very good art, particularly related to Nice. One of the attendants was especially helpful in explaining the significance of the place (his English was impeccable). Afterwards we sat in the beautifully restful and well tended garden, glad that we had made this visit
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