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The displays of salons for miniature figurines and the ‘window’ scenes with dolls (crèches) were superb. It’s an eclectic grouping of treasures but interesting. We were fortunate to visit on a day of free admission.
The gentleman who greeted us was extremely helpful. He sought us out in one of the exhibit rooms to tell us a movie with English subtitles was about to begin. We found their eclectic collection interesting. There is short English overview guide for all of...More
It was a nice surprise to find out upon entering the museum that it was free. I think it would be worth it to go even if they charged a small fee. The rooms themselves are nice and there is a small collection of ceramics,...More
They have a smallish collection of some interesting things, the creche that talks, a little of this, a room with a painted ceiling, some masks that Roi Rene commissioned. It's very nice. The Fetes Dieu room was interesting.
Interesting & deserted ,, my kind of museum. The title says it all ,, now I have to type another 31 characters. Done it, that's good. But I've just remembered that I should mention the ceiling. So consider it mentioned & enjoy a pleasant 20...More
We visited the museum to enjoy the architecture of a hotel particulier and were delighted by the stairs, the ceilings (wow) and the doors. What we did not expect was the freaking amazing art the museum houses. We especially loved seeing the "Annunciation", which is...More
The museum is so small that one might complain if there were a fee, but there isn't.
The house itself is worth seeing, as are the exhibits -- particularly (at least as of this writing) a justly famous Van Eyk Annunciation that is normally in...More
This small museum (just one floor of a beautiful 17th century town house) has beautiful original features, particularly the ceilings; refined furniture; and displays of puppets, friezes and panels showing processions from the 18th & 19th centuries.