The museum features a great collection of paintings and furniture from the 16th century until the 19th century, packed closely together room after room. Still I had expected a little more given the price (and deceitfully long facade of the building).
There is a beautiful collection of clocks from the 18th / 19th century which in and on itself is almost worth the visit.
Not all texts inside are translated in English and I'm not entirely sure if there's an audio guide present - there were some indications inside but at the entrance there are no signs, nor were we offered any. The museum shop is very expensive.
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