Not only is the setting and the architecture and gardens stunning, but the art is fascinating too. I went with my teenage son and parked him on a bench near the gardens (he hates art) and enjoyed being in such a magnificent setting. I would go early as the place was starting to get a bit crowded by the time we left (around 11:30) even with the times entries.
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