This museum was near my hotel so I decided to stop by. When I arrived I was told to go to the cloakroom to get an English audio guide since the exhibits are in French but the audio guides weren't charged yet. This seemed strange since the museum had been open for over an hour. I was given a binder with English translations to use instead. I tried to go through the museum with the binder but it's a lot of reading and I felt that by staring down at a binder I was missing the exhibits. I asked when the audio guides would be charged and was told 15 min so I waited. When I went to pick one up they asked to have my passport or an id in exchange for the guide which I did not have on me (I was meeting my boyfriend at our hotel afterwards so I didn't bring much with me). I offered my phone instead but they refused which seemed ridiculous since they were comfortable holding passports but a cell phone was a liability risk. In short, if you want to visit and don't understand French go at least 2 hours after they open and be prepared to hand over your passport to a museum employee. Otherwise I'd skip this one.
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