This museum is in an old family home west of the center of the city. The family was in the beer making business and there is an exhibit in the basement relating to Koff Beer. The mansion lends itself to a museum. The top floor shows what the family home looked like in the 1920s--large furniture, overstuffed chairs, alot of art work oh the walls, etc.
The first floor had a temporary exhibit of Dutch and Flemish paintings from the Tallin Museum--some very good work by Maes, Tenier, Ostade, Steen. The permanent collection was not up to that level but was interesting--a few famous names--one Rembrant showing an old man reading, a Ribera and a Joshua Reynolds. Most of the information was in English, but not all.
This is a nice little museum, that backs up to a lovely park and near a popular cafe. It is away from the tourist area, but is walkable from the center or one can take a tram.
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