Apart from the show, there really isn’t a lot to see. You don’t miss much if you don’t buy the half tour ticket and just see the show. However, I like museums who try to please their visitors, and the museum – although having not that much to talk about or to show – did just that.
The palace wasn’t spectacular either, but it provided a nice enough shelter from the pouring rain we unfortunately encountered that day.
Price for the half tour ticket was 6 € (4 € for retirees).
The show itself (19 €, 12 € for retirees, to be bought extra) was also ok, but I somehow expected more. I have never seen a similar show (say in Vienna) to compare it with, but I found it to be a bit “uneven” and unmusical. The music itself was way too repetitive. On the other hand, the show got better and better, and I really liked the last bit. The building where the show took place was very bland and could need some decoration to improve the overall impression.
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