The museum is very nice, with special dedication towards the history of the mountain people which is elaborate and excellent. The ski exhibit is nice but not too elaborate, which is due to space I guess. The chapel is beautiful if you carefully look at the carvings on the wall and ceiling. The permanent exhibits have English translation which was very helpful. According to me all museums should have translations, otherwise it's difficult to fathom the beauty of the exhibits. The museum also has a interesting take on the history of undergarments. It houses a copy of La Madelon. Overall I will recommend this on the way down from Fort Bastille as you can also relax yourself on their beautiful patio
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