This museum is beautifully laid out in a charming old building with fountains in its courtyard. The most spectacular galleries house a collection of glass from Roman times to the present day, and a very comprehensive collection of weapons including swords and firearms. The general galleries include one of the best collections of Roman coins I've ever seen in a museum, and some wonderful pieces of medieval religious art, some of which came from Liege's St Lambert's Cathedral, sadly demolished over 200 years ago. There is a cafeteria and clean toilets. My only complaint about the museum is that it isn't signposted very clearly, and even when you reach the building there isn't a particularly large sign to say what it is!
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