We enjoyed our visit to this museum, as it was just the right size - you could see everything in about 2 hours, or skip your least favourite sections for a shorter visit. I particularly enjoyed the islamic pottery and the paintings, my friends loved the Chinese pottery. The small room of Lalique jewellery was fabulous. The art collection held an impressive number of works by famous artists, Turner, Sargeant, Burne-Jones, lots of early Manets and Corots, among others.
The museum is spacious and cool and there are plenty of seats to rest on. The gardens are very nice too.
Entry was 4 euros, and we rented audio guides for 4 euros but were disappointed in the commentary, which didn't tell us much extra about the exhibits.
The cafeteria-style cafe was reasonable value.