The museum does provide some useful information and insights mainly in the exhibits on the upper floor. But as other reviewers have pointed out, the audio/visual show is very strange indeed and adds very little in terms of objective information.
The most disappointing aspect is that no real effort is made to connect the information provided about the battle with the scene of the battle itself. It is possible to walk round the battlefield but without any clear explanation of how the armies were positioned or how the battle progressed it is not a very satisfying experience. All you have is a large number of 'cardboard' figures set out seemingly at random all over the place !
So just about worth a visit particularly on a fine day but it could be so much better. Hope they try to improve it for 2015 - though I realise that 1415 is not a date the French celebrate !
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