We were initially attacted to the place, as it's a stunning building. Though the staff were friendly and pointed us in the right direction, rather than an audio guide, the English accompaniment is a booklet. This didn't seem too bad, but there are times when it's not clear which room to enter next, and the whole thing can seem a bit frustrating. I'd say it's a definite place to go if you speak French, but if your French is rusty, it might be a bit less enjoyable.
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