I loved this museum, and how it laid out its works so that each one was highlighted , not crammed in with other works. Good audio accompaniment --even though some of the comments were out of order! the a.v. discussed the cultural and economic aspects of the pieces , rather than the art, which greatly added to my understanding. . Two suggestions to improve your visit; Bring a tiny flashlight , if you don't speak French, because the placards in English are not as well-lighted , or as well-placed as the French ones[ And go first thing, or late in the day.on school days. Otherwise you will likely find bands of school children who, given the wonderful open space, can make the museum sound like Chuckie Cheese's or a child's birthday party!