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This is a nice small museum and quite unexpected to find on such a small island but Napoleon spent 3 nights there before his final exile. The museum shows how proud the Île d’Aix is to have had such a powerful figure in residence. Artefacts...More
That's by no means a criticism, but Napoleon was only here of two days yet they have a whole museum dedicated to that brief visit. Being honest some of the exhibits could do with restoration but all in all it was well presented and occupied...More
There is nothing grand or imposing about this museum and that is its attraction.
A lovely and modest house, with some pretty Empire furniture and lots of Napoleonic artefacts and memorabilia collected by a descendant of the man who, literally, held Napoleon's hand through his...More
This museum is a very nice property on the superb Ile d' aix. Napoleon Bonaparte spent 3 nights here in this house before being transported to St Helena. There are many small artefacts of historical importance to see, plus many pictures and busts of Napoleon,...More
If you are interested in French History and in a particular the achievements of one of their finest if not the greatest Generals of French history then this visit is a must.
An in depth view with paintings and lots of artifacts that catalogue his...More