3 belle epoque villa's are converted into one museum. One living room is restored like it was during the belle epoque. There are a lot of interactive modules like sending your belle epoque e-card, smelling-module,... Nice for children!
The exhibition is not overloaded so don't expect EVERYTHING from the belle epoque but the essentials are there and you get a good idea of what is was.
Top of the bill is the rooftop terrace in gaudi-style. Very nice to sit there and enjoy the views. Not so nice when it is windy or raining...a pitty you can't sit there and drink something, no drinks for sale there...
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