The position of these grounds is just idealic - the grounds are well kept and clean. We were told by our guide that the museum description is probably wrong as there is not one single authentic piece in the buildings, its more a monument to him as everything is a copy. BUT in saying that there are very nicely placed displays that all looked pretty good to me and you really wouldn't want the genuine ones stolen from there is this day & age. The property is on the waters edge and the views are to die for and who wouldn't want to paint and create in such a perfect setting. There are a few buildings scattered around the grounds and all have items of interest in them, so it really is worthwhile going to see the museum, don't miss it
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