This museum served as private accomodation for members of the Royal family. Being older than the rest of the Hofberg Palace the rooms are lighter and more elegantly proportioned than the more Victorian main parts of the Palace. The rooms are entered through a long and refined neo-classical entrance hall which leads to a staircase that in turn takes you to both the family rooms and the art gallery. The family rooms of which there are at least 10 contain original 18th and early 19th century furnishings as well as works of art by Durer, Raphael and Michaelangelo. In the Art Gallery is a collection of paintings from the Impressionists to Picasso. Other parts of this Palace contain contemporary exhibitions. Not to be missed.