This XVIIth century church houses a fine collection brought together by the Swiss autodidact art expert Jean Planque. Highlights include a number of Picassos.
What makes the museum stand out - other than the collection per se - is the beautiful building restored for the purpose of housing the collection and the story of monsieur Planque which is told in a very engaging way on posters and the excellent audioguide.
Well worth about two hours. Sundays are free of charge. Make sure to get an audioguide for good background stories.
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