We visited here as we were staying in the area and it seemed an obvious place to stop off. We were pleasantly surprised by the amount to see and the wide array of artefacts on show. You could spend a couple of hours just looking at the 3D photos in the museum. These were incredible and seem to bring it to life in a way 2D photos just can't do.
Yes, there's not a lot of information in English, but then we're in France so surely that's to be expected? A basic grasp of French allows you to make out a lot of the display signs anyway. The rest you can just appreciate visually.
The replica carriage is wonderful.
The only thing we felt let the place down is the tiny shop at the end. We really wanted to buy something to commemorate our visit and support the museum but there really wasn't anything to get. But, space is limited I guess.
We were very glad we visited and would definitely recommend to anyone in the area.