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This museum sounded good, so the wife and I went this morning, arriving about 20 minutes after the scheduled opening time. It wasn't open, but there was a man on the other side of the gate. I asked if it would be open later, and...More
If you have ever wandered around the older parts of some European cities and wondered what those big old houses looked like inside, then a visit to the Grobet-labadie museum is the place for you.
Set out over 4 or 5 floors its beautifully maintained...More
small residence, in a beautiful location, the museum is a gem with paintings,tapestries, furniture of outstanding quality ,unfortunately there were very few explanations about the exhibits, practically no tags and the personnel of the museum did not have any clue about the various exhibits,so before...More
This is nice for a 20 minute visit. Just opposite the Longchamp park. For 3 Euros entry fee you can enter the unaltered house of a rich merchant from 100 - 150 years ago. See the things they bought to entertain them (no TV, etc.!)....More
A nice little gem with some very fine interiors, mainly
18th century and a 16th century room as well. There are many
beautiful tapestries and refined furniture, and it is all presented
as the caprice of a colectionneur with large financial means and an