A nice walk along the promenade, and then a steep climb up steps which take you straight into the garden of the house. You need to be fairly fit to enter the museum this way - alternatively you can drive there, but parking may be a problem. We visited in August, which is when France goes on holiday, so it was very busy. They only let 50 people in the house at any one time, so we had to queue for 40 minutes, which was long enough on a very warm day. On the plus side, it does mean that there is no crowding around the exhibits in the house. It didn't really live up to our expectations - we thought there would be more about the man himself, but we understand that they change the theme each year, so another time it may be more interesting. The garden, on the other hand, is lovely, and entry to that is free. Also, there is a salon de the, although we didn't take advantage of this facility.
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