I was very pleasantly surprised by this visit; I wasn't expecting such a big place and so much to see.
The price is 3€ per person and the museum is open 0930-1830 (closes at 1500 on a Sunday). The price includes the museum visit and a book which they loan you and you take around with you to read about all the different rooms. This book is available in different languages. What you can't take around with you is your bag: no matter how small, handbags are not allowed; you have to keep them in a locker at he reception.
The visit takes you at your own pace on a route around the old city palace, through the different rooms, which all have different themes and purposes.
There is a lot to see and the minimum amount of time you will spend there is one hour. You could easily spend three hours though.
There is a lot of staff around and they seem to be there to make sure that no one touches anything or walks on the original rugs. They are certainly not there to give information and they didn't seem to know anything about any of the furniture.
The romanticism theme is well researched here and there is a lot to see and learn. Some of the rooms were so well preserved that it was almost like stepping into the late 18th century.
The best rooms for me were the ballroom, the children's playroom and the gentlemen's billiard room whose walls are covered in portraits of women.
Make sure you leave yourself time to visit the garden cafe with wonderful cakes.
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