The museum has three floors of paintings and sculptures, two of these are generic but the ground floor is focused on Napoleon and his family. The ground floor is by far the most interesting. The upper two floors are ok, but could be any gallery anywhere. There is nothing that stands out as a 'must see' piece.
After the museum, visit the chapel where many members of Napoleon's family are buried. It is an impressive monument to a once powerful family.
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