Finally it's open again! The building, always lovely, is now gorgeous inside and out, with large airy spaces and of course some excellent exhibits. It's not cheap - 15 euros - but you will easily need 2-3 hours to get round everything. There's also the free-to-enter gardens outside which have sculptures and a lovely fountain.
Word of warning though - you won't enjoy it very much if you have a bad back. There *are* seats dotted about, however some bright spark has decided to put many of the description plaques at ankle level. Really! So you have to bend right down to read them. My other issue was that things were often not labelled at all - there would be one plaque for a whole cabinet of stuff, instead of info on individual items. There are quite a few touchscreen displays (seemed to be an ipad in a steel casing), but these were all in Dutch, so I have no idea how good they were or not.
Overall though a grand day out, and a lovely shop at the end with a zillion souvenirs!
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