It was tipping it down so a good day for visiting a brilliant museum except... quite a few of the paintings and tapestries had had to be removed as the roof was leaking in some places. Hence the proposed closure in 2016 for major refurbishment. However it did not spoil the visit as there is masses to see and surely of interest to anyone who gets pleasure from museums with such a varied collection by one unique man.
The staff were friendly and very helpful. The shop was stocked with tasteful items. A pleasure to see, and the cafe was good value. All in all an excellent place to visit.
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