My goodness--the masterworks of art here were a joy to behold in an actual home, instead of a museum. Stunning works by so many masters. Tour guide was quite knowledgeable, personable, and quite patient with our numerous patients. Gave us a very helpful tip, too, for lunch. Go during the week--it's quiet. We even wound up with our "own" tour, no one else there. Worth the visit if you're into impressionist art, architecture, decor, furnishings. The grounds are so beautiful, too. The only con was the sunken garden--disappointing, ordinary.
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