The museum has a lot of beautiful art, so prepare to spend several hours if you wish to see it all. I recommend the audio tour in order to make the most of the visit. There is much to see, and sometimes the lay-out for the rooms isn't done thoughtfully. There were many museum workers in each room, and sometimes they would stand right in front of pictures or displays and information, which was annoying. The museum shop has a good collection of interesting books, prints and gifts.
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