This museum is both art museum and history museum. The building itself is very impressive, floating in a small lake (architect Kenzo Tange) and the environment (Parc Phoenix) is beautiful with swimming swans (even it was raining during our visit). Items selected to the collection are very interesting. It's almost necessary to rent an audioguide (4 euros), but because the entrance is free, it did not cost too much. If you have to wait connecting flight for couple hours, you could consider to walk to this museum.
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