I have to admit that we ended up visiting mainly because our hotel was very near and it was raining, but we were positively surprised about how much there was to see. We felt that it was well worth the 7 euros entrance fee, especially since there were only a few other people around. We could move freely and at times had rooms all to ourselves. In fact it was so quiet that when we entered the third floor the staff member that was supposed to check our tickets was napping :D
For those visiting during hot days it may be interesting to note that most rooms seemed to have airconditioning unit. :)
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