With the major museum closed for renovations, a nice selection of their works is now housed in this lovely small museum. Unfortunately, I ended up there when there were several large tour groups visiting. The museum has alarms all over the place which are motion detectors and they kept going off as the tour groups would crowd into rooms or get too close to the art work. It became very distracting and because the museum is small, it's quite hard to avoid the tour groups by getting ahead of them or lagging behind (tried both, but with several groups, it was impossible). Perhaps there is a better time of day to visit when you can avoid the crowds, because overall the historic setting and the art are fantastic.
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