the museum is small and starts a little underwhelmingly but increases in interest as you move through it. The first two floors were given over to an exhibition on franco-german architecture in the 19th and 20th century, which was quite dry. It was however well set out and very informative for me (someone who knows little or nothing about the subject). The next floor contained something like 20 models tracking the development of architecture from 5,000 BC or so. These were wonderful. The top floor contained an interesting exhibition of new Brazilian architects' work.
There's also a nice but small café.
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